Andi Dorfman is just like the rest of us!
ET chatted with the former Bachelor star at the ESPN the Party pre-Super Bowl 50 event in San Francisco, California, on Friday, where she adorably revealed she still watches the popular ABC reality show.
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"Of course I totally watch it!" the 28-year-old reality star exclaimed. "You know what's funny? I never watched it before my season or even watched my own, and now I'm like, 'I'm a cult follower.' I watch it every Monday. I'm obsessed."
Being both on the show and watching it religiously made Dorfman the perfect candidate to offer up advice for future contestants.
"For any girl that's going on the show next time, comfortable shoes -- 100 percent," she told ET. "But try and have fun. It's very, very easy to get lost in it and get very emotional, obviously, then two months later you look back, and you're like, 'Whoa, that was actually fun. What was I so stressed out about?' In the moment, [it's] not so easy."
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"Don't stress," she continued. "Just enjoy. Life's good!"
The now-single Dorfman shared another cute moment with ET, admitting she was especially stoked to get inside the star-studded party to mingle with the jocks.
"There are a lot of athletes [here], which happens to be my weakness, I'm not gonna lie," she shared. "I'm excited to just get in there and have fun."
As Bachelor nation can recall, Dorfman ended up choosing professional baseball player Josh Murray during season 10 of The Bachelorette. Murray proposed to Dorfman on the finale episode in July 2014, but the two parted ways last January.
Dorfman also admitted that she was looking forward to meeting Nick Jonas, who performed at the party.
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"I'll fangirl for sure!" she dished.
ET caught up with Jonas ahead of his performance, where we caught the pop star playing coy over his new romance with Lily Collins. Watch the video below to see his reaction.