The Bachelorette Season 12's JoJo Fletcher picked Jordan Rodgers to be her future husband, but apparently, she still has many things to know about him! After the successful finale of The Bachelorette, the couple had their first TV guesting as a couple on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live! It was the lovebird's first official interview since JoJo accepted Jordan's 3-carat diamond engagement ring. The other guy who vied for JoJo's heart was Robby Hayes.
House Hunting Online
The first order of business for the loved-up pair is to look for their first home together. As it turned out, Jordan, 27, was not happy with how JoJo, 25, went about her search. She did it online, and this made him a little anxious.
"You're trying to make a big decision here and I'm getting these little photos and I'm on my phone," he said. "I can't tell if I like it, so that's been hard."
JoJo, a real estate agent from Dallas, did find a house that she likes in her hometown, but her man, who is a California native, insisted on bringing his own bed during the move saying that he likes his bed so much. To this, JoJo countered, "I like my bed."
To test if they are ready to be a married couple, the two played "Fiancé My Name". To play the game, one of them answers questions about the other. They were able to get the answers right on each other's childhood friends and favorite sports teams. However, they still need to work on knowing each other's favorite songs and grandparents' names.
Jordan's Alleged Infidelity and Estranged Brother
During the "After the Final Rose Special", JoJo was asked on the spot about Jordan's rumored infidelity. Jordan denied the accusations and said that they were not even worth addressing.
The Bachelorette's host, Chris Harrison, then pressed Jordan about his relationship with his estranged brother, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, which has been a constant issue throughout the whole season of the show.
Even as JoJo revealed that she had not met Aaron yet, Jordan said that his brother will be getting an invitation to their wedding. Obviously, JoJo was pleased with this development.
Jordan and JoJo are still in the early stages of their wedding plans and have yet to decide on their wedding date. They are open to the idea of having their wedding televised, and are seriously considering having a spinoff reality show.
For now, the couple is busy preparing for their move to Dallas. Jordan has never been there and still has to meet JoJo's dog, Jackson.
If there's one thing the couple agree about, that is having kids. JoJo said, "We absolutely want kids. I have this vision that by 30 I'll have kids, that gives me five years and enough time to start figuring it out."
Meanwhile, Jordan is set to start his new job as a studio college football commentator on ESPN's SEC Now Network on August 23 . He once played as a quarterback at Vanderbilt in 2010-2012.