Andi reveals to Jimmy Kimmel her least favorite contestant from 'The Bachelorette' premiere

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Andi reveals to Jimmy Kimmel her least favorite contestant from 'The Bachelorette' premiere

Andi Dorfman sat down with Jimmy Kimmel after 'The Bachelorette' premiere on May 19 to dish about her 25 sexy new suitors.

The stunning 26-year-old attorney played coy when Kimmel repeatedly asked her if the season ended with an engagement -- but she did reveal to him the one contestant who she couldn't wait to send home on the show's premiere.

It all came back to an opening joke -- proving first impressions count. Case in point: You may have snickered when helicopter pilot Emil explained how to pronounce his name the moment he first met Andi -– "It's AY-mel -- like 'anal' with an 'm'" -- but apparently Andi wasn't amused.

When Kimmel asked Andi which contestant she wanted to give the boot first, she replied uneasily, "The anal threw me off a little bit. I can't believe they aired that."

Finally, Kimmel tried to guess Andi's top four finalists himself, though admits his wife helped him just slightly with his list.

Here are his guesses: Nick V., who earned Andi's first impression rose, came in at number four. Chris the farmer from Iowa nabbed Jimmy's number three spot. "You like him, but no chance you're moving to a farm in Iowa," Kimmel said. Marcus came in at number two and Jimmy chose Josh M. as Andi's final rose winner.

Andi simply smiled and said, "We'll see."

If you missed last night's premiere, here are two of the more stand-out moments.The tribute to Eric Hill, who died of injuries sustained after a paragliding accident in April.
'The Bachelorette' Premiere Pays Tribute To Deceased Contestant Eric Hill

And can you believe who showed up to plead for Andi's heart? What a party crasher.

'The Bachelorette' Premiere: Familiar Party-Crasher Pleads to Meet Andi

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