by Alisha Jackson
Let’s face it — JoJo and Jordan ain’t no Jade and Tanner. So when the newly engaged Bachelorette couple announced that they are open to televising their wedding, we didn’t exactly get butterflies.
During JoJo Fletcher’s season of the Bachelorette, Jordan Rodgers’ ex took to Instagram to blast the former quarterback for his infidelities, a topic which continues to follow Jordan even after JoJo accepted his engagement proposal.
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JoJo received similar backlash from her ex-boyfriend, who claimed that she got back together with him after filming The Bachelor, only to dump him again for The Bachelorette. “When she got home, she kept telling me she loved me and that we should have stayed together and fought through our issues,” Chad told In Touch. “JoJo said, ‘I don’t know if I’m the next Bachelorette, but let’s just have a conversation as if I am,’” Chad said. “She tried to tell me she wasn’t saying goodbye forever — but I told her that I’m not going to sit around and wait for her [this time], and that was it.”
Despite their ex drama, Jordan and JoJo are still planning on getting married, possibly even during a televised Bachelor special (is anyone surpised?). “We’ve been talking about it,” JoJo told ET of their wedding plans. “We don’t even know the first steps of what to do. Like, where are we going to do it?” “Where is the number one question,” Rodgers added. “It’s where and when. We don’t know,” Fletcher agreed.
They probably really don’t know, because they’re waiting on ABC to give them the details. “I think it’s definitely a question,” Fletcher revealed about their wedding being televised, “but right now we’re just really enjoying being together. You know, it’s funny, we got to be together on the show, but we haven’t really dated. So this has been such a fun time to move into our first home together, and to go on dates.”
With The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor In Paradise, all of their after shows, and Ben and Lauren’s spinoff series Happily Ever After? pretty much giving Bachelor Nation content to watch year-round, will fans end up tuning in for the unpopular couple’s wedding special?