If anyone thought there was going to be any dearth for drama with Chad Johnson being eliminated, this Monday's episode of "The Bachelorette" will prove them wrong. For instance, the rose ceremony will see JoJo Fletcher having a meltdown and before that there is going to be a confrontation with this season's frontrunner, Jordan Rodgers, the younger brother of Green Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
A preview for Monday's episode shows Fletcher calling him out for reportedly acting entitled.
"I hate hearing that because I have this idea of you in my head that I feel is accurate and then to hear it was Jordan acting entitled and very, like, snobby ... I don't like that," she tells him.
"I do not think I'm better than anybody in this house and I don't enjoy my integrity being questioned at all," Rodgers says during his confessional. "Character is huge for me. That's how my parents brought me up so any time that's questioned -- especially by someone that I was friends with -- is pathetic."
This will be the second time Fletcher is taking Rodgers to task. The previous episode saw her asking him about claims that he was a lousy boyfriend.
The synopsis for the episode, according to TVGuide, reads:
JoJo and the eight remaining bachelors visit Buenos Aires, where a second dreaded two-on-one date occurs. Also: five guys enjoy a day with JoJo in the La Boca neighborhood; and one lucky man goes on a sexy date at a performance art show. At the rose ceremony, JoJo stuns the men when she runs out.
As for the elimination, Reality Steve predicts that Wells Adams and Derek Peth will be sent home.
In other "The Bachelorette" news, singer Justin Bieber recently revealed that he is a fan of the dating reality show. Taking to his Instagram page, Bieber wrote: "Good point chad milk is delicious and yeah I watch the bachelorette don't judge me," he captioned his Instagram.
"The Bachelorette" airs Mondays on ABC.