This week in reality TV: Josh put a ring on it

Andi Dorfman. WENN

Andi Dorfman. WENN

Samantha O'Connor, Special to QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 3:31 PM ET

Josh put a ring on it: Andi Dorfman ended her Bachelorette journey with it all -- a man, a ring and an ex who just couldn't let go. On the morning of the final rose ceremony, when bachelor Nick Viall was prepared to look at engagement rings, Andi hastily sat him down to end their relationship. "I can't go through with something that I don't feel is right," she clarified. Nick left the Dominican Republic in utter shock while the rain fell dramatically. When the sun came back out, Andi and Josh Murray -- the final man standing -- shared a romantic and heartfelt proposal where Andi admitted that she loved him all along.

But, following the ring exchange, everything was not all happily ever after for the two. Nick wasn't prepared to remain the runner-up. After his numerous efforts to reach Andi, which involved him even crashing The Men Tell All reunion show, Nick continued his attempts to win his dream girl back. The tension was thick when the two came face to face during the live After The Final Rose segment. Nick went as far as asking the Bachelorette why she made love to him if she wasn't in love with him. Awkward! But when Andi and Josh shared the stage for the first time as an engaged couple, love reigned supreme and there was nothing a bitter ex could do to spoil it.

Oh, Brother: More Big Brother houseguests have been sent packing out of the back door than the front this season, as Amber Borzotra became the next victim of another blindside eviction. At first, the beauty queen didn't seem to have anything to worry about when HoH Frankie Grande refrained from casting her name during the nomination ceremony. But when Hayden Voss won the Power of Veto for Victoria Rafaeli, the seat was wide open and waiting for her. And little did she know, the curly-haired bombshell was the target all along. With love-struck Caleb Reynolds as the detonating masterminds' only concern, the houseguests, led by Zach "Attack" Rance, managed to get Caleb's vote toward his dream girl by telling him that Amber was not loyal and coming after him next. By embracing his "Beastmode Cowboy" mantra, Caleb contributed to the demise of his lady and she was sent home. With a double eviction next week, there's no telling where the power will fall.

Five alive: Only five stayed alive in the competition as America's Got Talent welcomed the season's first week of live quarterfinal performances. After some selfie magic, jump rope, incredible vocals and serious stunts, the results were tallied, sending most of the week's 12 talented acts home. But singers Emily West and Miguel Dakota held on, winning voters hearts with their musical performances. Standup comic Dan Naturman proved underdogs can prevail when the funnyman advanced after Howie Mandel called the beaming gentleman, "this decade's Woody Allen."

The judges had the final verdict of the night when it came down to choosing either the party-starting dance-group Baila Conmigo or the acrobatic jump-ropers Flight Crew Jump Rope for the final slot of the quarterfinals round. With a vote of 3-1, the speedy Colombian salsa dancers made it through to the sem-finals.

A bittersweet exit: Love was in the air and romance was on the menu as MasterChef opened its doors to 17 couples celebrating their anniversaries. Between a new engagement and a 65-year wedding anniversary, the top 12 remaining home cooks attempted to serve dishes worthy of the milestones. With one table empty, Gordon Ramsay welcomed his special guest, whom he introduced as "the single most important person in the world." His wife Tana Ramsay entered, clicking her neon heels toward her husband. "There's only one thing worse than disappointing me and that's disappointing my amazing wife," he said before the cooks broke into teams, serving luxurious proteins and sweet desserts to the couples. The Blue Team (headed by Elizabeth Cauvel) impressed the missus with their filet mignon and salted caramel chocolate cake, forcing the Red Team to face the Pressure Test. The challenge was like a box of chocolates and the chefs didn't know what they were going to get. But it was just that, a box of chocolates. As a turn of events, season underdog Cutter Brewer came out on top, while tough contender Christine Silverstein was sent home over her bitter sweets.

Lucky Leg: A non-elimination leg saved brother and sister racers Sukhi and Jinder Atwal on The Amazing Race Canada.

"Done Dancing": Professional dancer, Maksim Chmerkovskiy announced that his days on Dancing with the Stars have come to an end.

Cut from the top: Serge Onik, Carly Blaney, Emily James and Teddy Coffey were all eliminated from So You Think You Can Dance this week leaving the top 10 standing.

Project Packing: After an unconventional challenge, Carrie Sleutskaya was eliminated from Project Runway.


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