It seems that Andi Dorfman is taking a page from Miley Cyrus' playbook, because the girl just can't stop (and we're not talking about twerking). 

While only a few episodes of the hit ABC show have aired, the Bachelorette beauty has already coined her signature phrase, having said the word "stop" so many times that our heads are practically spinning.

And no surprise, Jimmy Kimmel noticed and created a hilarious mashup clip of the assistant district attorney rattling off her favorite word.

Her reaction to cookie tasting? "Stop."

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Her response when one of the men tells her that Polish is his first language? "Stop."

Her reply after a hopeful suitor tells her that she makes him nervous? get the idea.

As Kimmel also pointed out, the brunette beauty is breaking tradition with her seemingly favorite saying, as many previous Bachelorette beauties have overused the word "amazing."

Way to be different, Dorfman.

Meanwhile, the latest season of the Bachelorette is well underway, and on last night's episode, we found out how contestant Eric Hill—who passed away in a paragliding accident after his time on the ABC reality hit—left the show.

Hill confronted Andi, saying that he had only seen glimpses of the real her and told her he was there to meet a person, not a "TV actress."

His remarks caused Andi to burst in to tears before she suggested that he should leave because they could both see that their relationship was not going to work.

After Eric left, Andi, through tears, asked the remaining men if they felt the same way. And instead of a rose ceremony, Chris Harrison simply announced that Tasos had been eliminated before he had a discussion with Andi about Eric.

Dorfman had nothing but kind things to say about Hill and regretted the chance to not have another laughter-filled talk with him.

What do you think of Hill's shocking exit? Tell us in the comments.

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