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ABC/Craig Sjodin(LOS ANGELES) -- After an emotional two-hour finale of The Bachelorette on ABC Monday night, Andi Dorfman chose Josh Murray, accepting his marriage proposal and leaving fellow suitor Nick Viall stunned and heartbroken.

Dorfman, a former district attorney, cried when she visited Viall to tell him he wasn't her choice.

Viall said he never saw the disappointment coming, telling her he woke up that morning confident about them.

"Man, I really thought this was it," Viall said from the back of an SUV as he was driven away after receiving the news. "I really thought she loved me."

With tears in his eyes, Viall said he thought he and Dorfman had something special. Earlier in the episode she had said their relationship was filled with passion.

Later she had happier news for Murray, who, during the final rose ceremony, told her he wanted to give her the world.

"Andi you are the answer to all of my prayers you are the answer to my dreams you are the woman I thought never existed in this world. All my worries they just seem to vanish when I'm with you," Murray said.

Dorfman told Murray that she was in love with him and wanted to spend her life with him and have children together.

The competition started with 25 eligible men vying for Dorfman's hand. With the other men dismissed by Dorfman, Viall and Murray were last ones standing.

She narrowed it down week by week to Murray, a 29-year-old former pro baseball player from Atlanta, and Viall, a 33-year-old software sales executive who lives in Chicago.

This was the tenth edition of The Bachelorette.


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Peter Kramer/NBC(NEW YORK) -- Adam Levine, 35, and Behati Prinsloo, 25, tied the knot less than 10 days ago, but the newly-married Victoria's Secret model isn't afraid to admit that she has babies on the brain.

Prinsloo spoke to Net-a-Porter and told the magazine she has a "definite" plan to have children with Levine, but doesn't look to far into the future.

"I have no expectations. Not in a bad way, but I've learned that you can't plan ahead. I live day by day and see what happens. It's vague, but I like it that way," she added.

Prinsloo also revealed that her look suits her relationship with the Maroon 5 rockstar, whom she married on July 19.

"My look is grungy, very rock'n'roll," she tells the magazine about her style. "I love the '70s; I love the vibe. The music I listen to most is Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, punk."

Levine revealed that he had popped the question to Prinsloo last July and even went on Live with Kelly and Michael, saying the proposal was one of the most intense experiences of his life.

"You can't be confident about it," he said. "I'm a confident person, but I got on that knee and everything changed immediately."


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ABC/Rick Rowell(JACKSON HOLE, Wyo.) -- Sandra Bullock kicked off her 50th birthday celebration a couple days early with a night of music and drinks with friends at a country-western bar in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

The Gravity star, who turned 50 Saturday, and a group of girlfriends, including Chelsea Handler, got the festivities started at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar on Thursday.

An eyewitness told ABC News that Bullock, "came in with about eight friends, sat down and had a couple cocktails. They just enjoyed themselves. Nobody got up on the table and danced."

But according to Dianne McManus, a member of the Southern Soul Allstars, the band that performed that night, Bullock and her friends did get out on the dance floor.

"They came out and danced and took a bunch of pictures," McManus told People.

"She's real sweet," the eyewitness told ABC News, adding that Bullock has been coming to Jackson Hole for years. "She gave her cocktail waitress her autograph, and she's a good tipper."

Pictures from Bullock’s fun-filled day ended up on Instagram.

Handler posted a photo of Bullock and her sister Gesine, nose-to-nose, earlier on Thursday.

Comedian Whitney Cummings posted a pic of the bar's red neon sign, along with the caption, "Now I know where all the cowboys have gone. Let's go make some bad choices!"


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Douglas Gorenstein/NBC(LOS ANGELES) -- Kiefer Sutherland's rep tells ABC News that the negative comments from former 24 co-star Freddie Prinze, Jr. about working together came as something of a surprise.

"Kiefer worked with Freddie Prinze, Jr. more than 5 years ago, and this is the first he has heard of Freddie's grievances," his rep told ABC News.

The rep added, "Kiefer enjoyed working with Freddie and wishes him the best."

The response came after comments Prinze made to ABC News' Jason Nathanson while he was at Comic-Con promoting his new Disney XD series Star Wars Rebels.

"I did 24, it was terrible. I hated every moment of it," Prinze told ABC. "Kiefer was the most unprofessional dude in the world. That's not me talking trash, I'd say it to his face, I think everyone that's worked with him has said that."

He continued, "I just wanted to quit the business after that. So, I just sort of stopped."

Prinze, 38, said because of the experience, he stopped acting for a while and even went to work at World Wrestling Entertainment with Vince McMahon.


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Lionsgate(NEW YORK) -- A teaser-trailer for the movie The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1 has been released and features the late actor, Philip Seymour Hoffman as rebel leader Plutarch Heavensbee.

In the trailer, Heavensbee is trying to convince Julianne Moore's President Alma Coin that Katniss Everdeen, played by Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence, is the one to lead the Districts' revolution against The Capitol.

"Listen to me, no one else can do this but her," he tells Coin. "We need to unite these people out there. She's the face of this rebellion. They'll follow her."

Donald Sutherland's President Snow is also featured in the trailer, telling the Districts that it's now illegal to associate with the Mockingjay, or Katniss.

Mockingjay -- Part 1, which again stars Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson, is due in theaters November 21.


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