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Ben Higgins' ex JoJo Fletcher, who is currently filming "The Bachelorette," is said to have narrowed down her search for true love to about five men, and Jordan Rodgers is said to be a top favourite.

Jordan is NFL star Aaron Rodgers' brother and shortly after he started filming for "The Bachelorette," reports noted that he was already a front-runner. Fletcher and Rodgers are said to have really hit it off since filming for the dating reality show started in March.

According to spoiler guru Reality Steve, chances of Jordan making it to the final are high. Last week Fletcher was in Argentina with her final five guys, which include Wells Adams, Luke Pell, James Taylor, and Robby Hayes, besides Jordan, and the group will soon be heading back to the U.S. for hometown dates.

Meanwhile, Pell, an Army officer, is said to be another contestant who is expected to make it to the finals. Pell graduated from West Point in 2007, and he served overseas as an army officer for about five years. Besides being a football player, he's also a singer and song-writer.

While Fletcher is busy finding love, her friend Lauren Bushnell, who won Season 22 of "The Bachelor," is said to be still troubled by the fact that her fiancé Higgins professed his love for Fletcher on "The Bachelor."

"They're out of the honeymoon phase," a friend of the couple told Life & Style. "[Lauren is] no longer excited for the wedding because she thinks friends and family are still whispering about Ben being in love with JoJo. It's ruining the marriage process for her."

However, a quick scan of her social networking pages paints a totally different picture. A few days back Bushnell posted online a photo of herself with her engagement-ring designer Neil Lane. "Thanks Neil for making my ring fit perfectly! Also for making the most beautiful ring I've ever laid my eyes on. Now that my ring fits perhaps I should start wedding planning," she captioned the photo.

"The Bachelorette" is set to premiere on Monday, May 23, at 8 p.m. EDT on ABC.