There's just something about (Josh) Murray, isn't there? From the moment the smooth-talking, eyebrow-plucking hottie walked into Andi Dorfman's life, we knew that he'd stick around for a while. Haha, except LOL because not really LMFAO. Oops, sorry to scare you. We mean, that's not when we knew he'd stick around. Rather, it was when Reality Steve announced that Josh wins, that we knew he'd be around. But let's pause for a sec and discuss. 

First of all, the second Andi laid eyes on Josh, she was like "can I change into that other dress real fast? I just started sweating bullets," probably because the then-26-year-old realized her husband had just walked into her life. She nearly gave him the First Impression Rose, but slipped it to Nick Viall instead. In Season 10 Episode 2, Josh looked super bomb on the stripper date, and later face palmed Andi... which she seemed to like. The pair made out for realsies, putting him in the number 2 slot again, after Chris Soules

Then he performed (horribly, which is fine, since Andi can't sing either) in the Boyz II Men grouper on Episode 3, and scooped the Group Date Rose right out from under Marcus Grodd's gorgeous face. Well, we just assume Marcus is always in the running because "Marcus is hawwwwwwt." J.Murrs easily gets through Episode 4 in Connecticut, and heads to Europe where he gets not one but two 1-on-1 dates with Andi. Score! 

The Hotlantan duo hit the high seas in Josh's 1-on-1 date in Marseilles, and the two make out, get real with each other, then make out some more. He hits a small blip when he throws a tiny fit about the lie detector group date in Venice, but his second 1-on-1 date in Ghent gets the duo right back on track when they spend loads of kissy kissy time while surrounded by a goose parade (suh-woon) and then take in an American Young concert. Josh takes Andi home to Tampa, Florida, where his parents live (even though Josh himself lives in Atlanta), and it goes swimmingly. Likely because, as J.Murrs told A.Dorf on the Season 10 Premiere, "My mom loves you!" Clearly, so did his dad. 

After easily sailing through Fantasy Suites, Josh gets poetic justice when he beats out #TeamFrontRunner Nick McSalty for the Final Rose on the Season 10 Finale. BOOM! That's how you DO IT, Josh. We would totally draft this guy for our fantasy dating game, so long as he brings his NFL-playing bro, Aaron, to the game... 

What do you think about Josh finishing so strong? Are they going to live happily ever after? Hit the comments and discuss.

Source: Reality Steve 

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