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It looks like The Bachelorette alum Marcus Grodd has already moved on from Andi Dorfman.
Grodd, who was eliminated by Dorfman after hometown dates on her season of the reality show, is reportedly engaged to The Bachelor alumna Lacy Faddoul. She was a contestant on Juan Pablo Galavis' season of The Bachelor and got sent packing after the first episode.
Grodd, a 25-year-old sport medicine manager, fell hard and fast for Dorfman. He was the first of the 25 contestants to tell Dorfman he loved her. During his hometown date, he said, "Andi is my soul mate. I'm ready to propose to her."
Clearly, Grodd seems to have a knack for falling in love on television. Grodd and Faddoul are both contestants on ABC's newest Bachelor franchise spin-off, Bachelor in Paradise. A source confirmed to Us Weekly that the two got engaged on the show.
The couple got engaged in June during filming of Bachelor in Paradise, not long after Grodd got heartbroken over Dorfman's rejection, reports the NY Daily News.
Bachelor in Paradise will premiere on ABC on Aug. 4.