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Single no more! Josh Murray, the former baseball player who once stole "Bachelorette" Andi Dorfman's heart, is engaged again, and he has the popular ABC franchise to thank for his new love.

According to TMZ, Josh is headed to the altar with former "Bachelor" alum Amanda Stanton. The couple met while filming "Bachelor in Paradise."

Josh, who also stars in E!'s "Famously Single," and Amanda weren't supposed to be seen together while the show airs, as it's a violation of show rules, but they let the cat out of the bag this week.

According to the website, sources close to the couple said (spoiler alert!) Josh ended up popping the question at the end of "Bachelor in Paradise" and the mother of two said yes.

The couple had wanted to keep things on the down low but couldn't because her children "were getting anxious," the celebrity website said. The betrothed couple was seen together at the Orange County Fair this week.

TMZ, who has pictures of the family's fair outing, said Josh is living with Amanda and her children in Orange County, but they're all planning on moving to Atlanta, where he is from.

Josh, of course, was the last man standing after season 10 of "The Bachelorette." However, he and Andi split in January 2015 and things didn't exactly go amicable. Amanda made it to the final four of Ben Higgins' season of "The Bachelor" before being send home.

This is the second couple within a week who has somewhat spoiled "Bachelor in Paradise." Lace Morris and Grant Kemp were spotted hanging out in Denver after getting engaged at the end of the show.

"Bachelor in Paradise" has only aired one episode thus far, so much of the suspense is being ruined by these pictures and news of these engagements.

Sorry Chris Harrison.