The Bachelorette returns on Monday night, and JoJo Fletcher will reach her breaking point with the non-stop drama that ends with the elimination of two guys at the fifth rose ceremony of the season.
Although master villain Chad Johnson will finally make his exit tonight, JoJo will stir up a little drama of her own after declaring her hate for one of the guys — or is it someone from her past?
Warning: Bachelorette Season 12 spoilers ahead!
It’s been two weeks since the last episode of The Bachelorette, and fans were left with a cliffhanger that showed Chad Johnson returning to bully the guys after being eliminated during the Episode 4 two-on-one date.
Although ABC’s preview (below) looks mighty scary, the guys will all survive Chad Bear’s creepy return, and he will soon be on his way back to Oklahoma, with a brief pit-stop on the summer reality series Bachelor in Paradise.
In addition to Chad’s final exit, the Episode 4 rose ceremony that wasn’t shown on the last episode of The Bachelorette (May 30) will be shown tonight after a brief cocktail party. Spoilers point to JoJo sending James T. and Daniel home at the rose ceremony before she clinks champagne glasses with her final 11 guys and tells them they are heading to Uruguay.
Why is JoJo crying in the Episode 5 video preview (above), and who does she “hate”? Reality TV World reports that she’s not bawling her eyes out about Chad Johnson — her ex-boyfriend Chad Rookstool is the cause of her mini-meltdown on Monday night.
According to a previous report from the Inquisitr, producers inform JoJo that Dallas hair salon owner Chad Rookstool accused her of faking her feelings for Bachelor star Ben Higgins and snagging the Bachelorette gig “for career purposes.” Afraid that the guys will think she is not there for the right reasons, she tells the guys about her ex in hopes that his words won’t raise any doubts about how serious she is about finding love on TV.
— E! News (@enews) June 21, 2016
JoJo won’t be the only one with an ex who causes issues on Episode 5. Jordan Rodgers, who was recently called out by his ex-girlfriend, Brittany Farrar, will have to answer questions about his rumored infidelity during his one-on-one date with JoJo.
According to Us Weekly, Jordan denies cheating on Brittany, but he does admit that he has flirted with other ladies, a story that JoJo seems to be okay with. He gets a rose, but will new reports from other women who have accused Jordan of being unfaithful change her mind about the former pro football player after she hands out her final rose?
Robby Hayes gets the second one-on-one date on Episode 5, and the time he spends with JoJo Fletcher will be spent jumping from a cliff and hanging out at a local bar in Uruguay.
Although JoJo says she trusts Robby in the video clip below, that may change during an upcoming episode when the Bachelorette star questions Robby about his recent breakup with his girlfriend of four years, Hope Higgenbotham, who, in a shocking twist, was recently spotted hanging out with villain Chad Johnson.
JoJo’s sandboarding group date with nine guys is the least dramatic date of the week. Unfortunately, two guys on the date will face elimination at the Episode 5 rose ceremony.
Vinny, Luke, Alex, Derek, Grant, Wells, James T., Chase, and Evan will enjoy the group date and after-party with Bachelorette star JoJo — Derek gets the group date rose.
(cont) JoJo cancels the Uruguay cocktail party so she never speaks to any of them before letting the 3 guys go.
— RealitySteve (@RealitySteve) June 20, 2016
Who goes home tonight? According to Reality Steve, JoJo Fletcher will skip the rose ceremony completely and say goodbye to Vinny Venteri, Grant Kemp, and Evan Bass at the Episode 5 rose ceremony.
Luke, Alex, Derek, Wells, James T., Chase, Jordan, and Robby will move on to the next round of dates and eliminations in Argentina on next week’s episode of The Bachelorette.
— The Bachelorette (@BacheloretteABC) June 23, 2016
Watch The Bachelorette starring JoJo Fletcher on Monday nights at 8 p.m. ET. Check out this Season 12 weekly episode schedule for more information on what’s to come in the weeks ahead.
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