‘The Bachelorette’ 2016 Season Spoilers: JoJo Fletcher’s Guys Are Revealed And Chris Harrison Teases 5 To Watch As She Searches For Love

JoJo Fletcher of 'The Bachelorette' 2016 season

JoJo Fletcher is looking for love this spring on ABC’s The Bachelorette 2016 season. Which guy will snag her final rose? Reality Steve’s spoilers have not yet detailed that tidbit, but now Chris Harrison is revealing some of the guys he says viewers should keep an eye on throughout this journey. There are usually some good tidbits hidden within Harrison’s list each season, and viewers are anxious to get started with JoJo’s journey to find love when it premieres on Monday, May 23.

It is very uncommon for the gal who was the runner-up to score the Bachelorette lead gig, and in this case, it was especially buzzworthy since Ben Higgins had told JoJo Fletcher that he loved her. Was she really ready to jump back into filming and find her Mr. Right? Chris Harrison tells Yahoo! TV that he was concerned about that, but he says she was definitely ready and excited.

Of course, to fans, it looked like JoJo was jumping right from a heartbreaking finale with Ben to having her own opportunity to find love on television. However, as Chris points out, there was actually a gap of about four months between the two events as Higgins’ final rose ceremony was filmed last November. As everybody saw during the “After the Final Rose” special, Fletcher has had time to heal, and she’s ready to find the man of her dreams. Given that, which ones are worth keeping an eye on according to the host of the show?

One of the bachelors mentioned is country singer Luke Pell. As was previously detailed by the Inquisitr, Pell has a military background, but he is focusing on a country singing career now. He is from Texas, and Chris says that Pell is one of his favorite bachelors. Reality Steve’s Bachelorette spoilers confirm that he will be around for a while, and some wonder if he could end up being the next Bachelor lead if JoJo doesn’t give him her final rose. Harrison teases that he may look perfect on paper, but in reality, he may not be quite what people, or JoJo, expect.

There has already been a lot of buzz about Jordan Rodgers for this season, and he makes this list of bachelors to watch this spring as well. Many will be talking about Jordan because he is the younger brother of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, and Jordan played some professional ball as well. Reality Steve’s Bachelorette spoilers have teased that he will hit it off with JoJo, and Harrison confirms that the sparks will be flying. However, Fletcher may be a bit hesitant to believe that he’s there for the right reasons.

Other contestants who made this list include Evan Bass, the “erectile dysfunction specialist” from Nashville, Tennessee; firefighter Grant Kemp from San Francisco, California; and real estate agent Chad Johnson from Tulsa, Oklahoma. It seems that Johnson will be a bachelor who shakes things up this spring, and viewers will either love him or hate him. It doesn’t sound as if Johnson or Bass will be true contenders for JoJo, but they may provide some entertainment this spring.

In terms of analyzing this group of five bachelors pinpointed by Chris, it is too soon to know whether any of them make it to the finale. As Reality Steve’s spoilers point out, there is no absolute pattern in terms of the guys picked for this list and whether they stick around. However, Steve’s Bachelorette spoilers have detailed that both Jordan and Luke, in particular, will be in the mix for a while. ABC has now officially released the slate of men vying for Fletcher’s attention, and this group will surely get fans buzzing.

Will JoJo Fletcher’s final rose go to Jordan Rodgers, Luke Pell, or someone who will fly a bit more under the radar as Season 12 gets started? Reality Steve’s spoilers about that last rose should be emerging soon, and fans cannot wait to dive into the show again this spring. ABC’s The Bachelorette 2016 season begins on Monday, May 23, and it is shaping up to be a wild ride.

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