Andi Dorfman Would Only Have Given Her Number to Four 'Bachelorette' Contestants

PHOTO: Andi Dorfman, star of "The Bachelorette," visits "Extra" at Universal Studios Hollywood on May 20, 2014 in Universal City, Calif.

Andi Dorfman was happy to meet all 25 men competing for her heart on the season premiere of "The Bachelorette."

However, in the real world, she probably wouldn't have given most of them a chance.

In an interview with E!, the Atlanta attorney revealed that she only would have given four of them her number.

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Still, "I want to go for somebody that's not generally my type, but in the same sense, everybody is different and I think that's what I'm learning: there really is no 'type' of person," she said. "[I] definitely wanted 25 different guys from one another and guys from all over the place with all different professions, backgrounds, everything."

Dorfman, 27, told the casting directors to pick guys who love their families and would be supportive, but in general, encouraged them to "surprise me."

Having said that, she added that she kept her expectations of the show realistic.

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"I come into this show hoping that I'll find that person but realistically, it's like meeting 25 guys and none of them might be that person," she said. "To me it's like, all right, I either sit at home and I don't meet these 25 guys and kind of get the same outcome, which is not find anybody, or I take a chance and see what happens!"

Though rejecting "nice guys" was difficult, Dorfman said that she loved getting to know everybody -- and wearing the glittery dresses. And, in the end, she said she's glad she went through with doing "The Bachelorette."

"Honestly it's like looking back, there were times it was really hard and tiring. It sounds really great to date 25 guys but it's a handful at times!" she said. "But looking back -- amazing experience."

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