On ABC's "The Bachelorette," which airs new episodes every Monday, JoJo Fletcher is yet to find the love of her life. The show is slowly moving towards hometown dates, where Fletcher will meet the families of the final four contestants. But in real life, Fletcher has already found a life partner, and according to spoiler guru Reality Steve, former NFL pro Jordan Rodgers is the winner.
Rodgers' journey on "The Bachelorette" hasn't been a cakewalk. Although he is clearly still the frontrunner to win the season, several contestants have accused him of being on the show for all the wrong reasons, with many saying his primary aim is to further his career.
It was recently reported that Rodgers has landed a job with SEC Network, and according to eliminated contestant Chad Johnson, Rodgers has achieved what he wanted to by appearing on "The Bachelorette." In a recent tweet, Johnson implied that Rodgers appeared on the show for personal gain.
Check out his tweet below.
— Chad Johnson (@1ChadJohnson) July 2, 2016
Did Rodgers join the show just to get famous or did he really want to explore the possibility of finding love with Fletcher? Only time will answer this question, but according to Celeb Dirty Laundry, fans shouldn't be surprised if the duo calls it quits sometime in the near future.
Word amongst Bachelor nation, and multiple people close to the couple is that a break-up between Jojo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers is coming for sure, it's just a matter of when," the gossip website noted.
"The Bachelorette" airs Mondays on ABC. The synopsis for the next episode reads:
JoJo and the men visit the Argentinian countryside, where the first date gets off to a rocky start. Later, a private jet whisks JoJo and one lucky guy away to a vineyard. During dinner, the bachelor makes a shocking admission. A date with three suitors gets rained out, so JoJo spends the day with them ordering room service, pillow fighting and watching the Brazilian version of "The Bachelor." A one-on-one date allows one man to show off his horse-riding skills.