It’s time for the hometown dates on The Bachelorette, and things went a lot smoother than expected.
Except for one surprising revelation, JoJo Fletcher’s family get-together went a lot better than her own hometown date on The Bachelor. With The Bachelorette’s season winding down, who was sent home?
According to Hollywood Life, Fletcher’s first stop was Chase’s snowy hometown in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.
Chase finally opened up about his private life growing up, and for the most part, things went well. Chase was obviously nervous talking to Fletcher about his divorced parents, but he did drop the big “I love you” before she left.
Chase’s hometown date wasn’t without a few awkward moments, but overall it was a solid effort.
After Chase, Fletcher met Jordan in Chico, California, where he grew up.
Fletcher’s time with Jordan was easily the most picturesque in the episode. Not only did the two run through a grassy field, but Jordan took her to his high school to meet influential teachers and coaches in his life.
Later, they made out in the library.
The only tense moment came when the subject of Jordan’s estranged brother, Aaron Rodgers, came up. Unfortunately, People is reporting that Jordan failed to properly answer why he and his brother don’t even talk.
“It’s something we don’t really like to talk about a whole lot,” Jordan told Fletcher. “It pains both of us like, not to have that relationship [with Aaron] – we miss our brother. I trust that God brings things full circle and that everything would just get back to us being a family.”
Once the date wrapped up, Jordan and Fletcher kissed outside while he professed his love. Fletcher, however, was still hesitant to go all in, and admitted that she is “still scared” about Jordan’s intentions for being on The Bachelorette.
The third stop on the hometown circuit was Robby’s home in St. Augustine, Florida.
Robby gave Fletcher a proper tour of his town via a horse-drawn carriage. Of course, Robby continuously told Fletcher that he loves her, which finally prompted her to question him about his ex-girlfriend.
Robby broke up with his girlfriend right before landing a spot on The Bachelorette, a move many fans have questioned.
For Fletcher, she started by asking Robby if he was truly over his ex or just filling a void. She then asked him directly if he dumped his ex-girlfriend just to be a part of the show.
Robby assured Fletcher that he was on The Bachelorette for the right reasons. However, the assurances didn’t go over well with Fletcher, who clearly still has her doubts.
The last stop was Luke’s home in Texas.
Along with meeting Luke’s close-knit family, Fletcher had the opportunity to greet 50 of his good friends. Basically, it seemed like the entire town was there to see Fletcher and Luke together.
Fletcher’s date with Luke included a horseback ride at sunset. However, Luke told her “my heart is yours,” instead of saying “I love you.”
When the final rose ceremony came around, Fletcher made it clear that Luke was going home.
Before Fletcher could hand out her first rose, Luke interrupted the ceremony and finally told Fletcher he loves her.
Naturally, Luke’s heart-to-heart changed Fletcher’s mind, and she wasn’t able to hand out her three roses. Which man will head home next week?
As previously reported by Inquisitr, Chase will not advance to the overnight round.
With Chase out of the picture, Hollywood Take is reporting that Jordan and Robby will be the final two contestants. Considering both of their shady pasts, things are not looking well for Fletcher’s final rose ceremony.
New episodes of The Bachelorette air Monday nights on ABC.
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