'Bachelorette' finale: JoJo Fletcher is engaged

Carla Harmon
August 9, 2016

"No, we didn't discuss it. I had such a great group of men", said Fletcher.

In the final episode of American romantic reality series "The Bachelorette", which was aired on Monday on 9Life, Jojo Fletcher finally decided who would receive the final rose.

The younger Rodgers played quarterback for two seasons at the Vanderbilt before bouncing around a few National Football League practice squads. "I think that I, as well as other people, deserve love", he continued, before revealing his hidden agenda. Don't have hard feelings against him. Each of the two will spend some time with Fletcher's family, but things will reportedly not go too well for both boys since Fletcher's family has some reservations with Jordan. I got to know these guys so well.

Not only did Jordan do well in the competition, but he won it. JoJo, 25, exclaimed. "We didn't get caught!" It might seem like a odd idea to have a quarterback who was never really that good to be an analyst, but the celebrity of Rodgers is sure to attract some more viewers to the SEC Network.

Clearly moved and elated by what Robby had to say, JoJo immediately responded by letting him know the feelings were mutual. "There have been many nights where I've cried myself to sleep". When you're not used to it, it's tough. But first, they want to just relax and be a couple for a while, with Jordan adding that they were going to "let the craziness settle down a little bit".

"We woke up the day after the proposal and we were so incredibly happy".

It sounds like the Rodgers family might have an Olivia Munn problem... or Olivia Munn has a Rodgers family problem.

"There's no scenario in which I wouldn't want my entire family at a wedding, so absolutely, that's something all of our family wants and hopes for at some point", Jordan said.

What do you think about Jordan winning Jojo's heart?

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