They're not letting their former fiance stand in the way of their friendship!
The two Bachelor alums attended the 2019 Stagecoach Festival, where they hung out and posed for pics together. Both women were previously engaged to Josh Murray, who won Dorfman's season of The Bachelorette back in 2014. Dorfman and Murray ended their engagement less than a year later. Staton later met Murray during her stint on Bachelor in Paradise in 2016. The pair called off their engagement months later.
In Dorfman's Instagram pic, she and Stanton pose back-to-back at the annual country music festival. The women are twinning in light denim cutoff shorts and midriff-baring tops, with Stanton adding a beige hat to her look.
"It takes two to make a thing go right ... it takes two to make it outta sight @amanda_stantonn," Dorfman captioned the smiling shot.
The women seem to have the support of the other ladies of Bachelor Nation! Desiree Siegfried told Dorfman and Stanton they were "looking gorgeous," while Ali Fedotowsky marveled that they have "hair and abs for dayzzzzzz."
Dorfman also shared a shot of herself and Stanton striking a pose with fellow Bachelor alum, Danielle Lombard, and their pal, Racquel Natasha.
"And all my friends say, I started shooting doubles when you walked in ??," Dorfman wrote alongside the pic, referencing the Luke Bryan song, "All My Friends Say."
Stanton commented on the post, calling their time at Stagecoach the "BEST WEEKEND."
In addition to sharing the shots that Dorfman posted, Stanton also shared a snap of Dorfman picking her up in front of a ferris wheel at the festival.
"I know they say I move on too fast but this one gon' last (cause her name is Andi...and I’m so good with that) ❤️," Stanton captioned the pic, referencing Ariana Grande's "Thank U, Next."
The girls' time at the music festival comes just months after Murray shaded Dorfman by sharing a shot of him proposing to her with a devil emoji over her face. He later apologized and deleted the post.
In her 2016 tell-all, It's Not Okay, Dorfman accused Murray of being an "emotional abuser," and wrote that her involvement with him was "the most volatile and f**ked up relationship of my life."
Murray slammed Dorfman's comments in a 2017 interview with ET. "That's her way of making money and stuff, and that's great, and if I've got to be the fall guy for everything in whatever her stories are, then whatever," he said, adding that the "worst lies" have been told about him.
"It's a shame that somebody would have to stoop to that level to make money and have a career, putting someone else down," he said. "I have no intentions of ever seeing her or talking to her again."
Meanwhile, in May 2017 Stanton -- who recently split from her boyfriend Bobby Jacobs -- told ET's Katie Krause that her split with Murray wasn't "the most amicable breakup" and called the situation "tough."
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