Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher’s journey to find love ends in not one, but two romantic proposals that will lead to one of the most talked-about season finales in the show’s history.
After losing out to love with Bachelor Ben Higgins, JoJo was given a second chance at finding her future husband by taking on the role of the Season 12 Bachelorette. Despite the drama and the tears that have highlighted this season, spoilers point to JoJo finding her happily ever after, but not before a few dramatic moments leave her in tears on the August 2 season finale.
[Warning: The Bachelorette Season 12 spoilers ahead]
According to Life & Style, both of JoJo’s final two guys proposed to her when the finale was filmed in Thailand in May. Spoilers point to Robby Hayes and Jordan Rodgers making it to the final rose ceremony and both men tell her that they are in love with her and want to marry her.
“She was so torn between the final two guys,” Life & Style‘s insider states. “She kept crying and crying because she didn’t know what to do. It was far from the fairytale finale viewers have come to expect.”
Although previews will lead fans to believe that her final decision was a tough one, there is speculation that JoJo was not all that heartbroken when she dumped one of her final two guys.
“The runner-up got down on one knee and tried to propose to JoJo, but she turned him down… it was so embarrassing for him, but she went with her gut.”
Reality Steve‘s spoilers point to JoJo dumping Robby at the final rose ceremony. There is no doubt that his recent breakup with his girlfriend of four years factored into JoJo’s decision, but it’s clear that she has had her heart set on former NFL player Jordan Rodgers since the moment he stepped out of the limo on the season premiere.
Even host Chris Harrison is positive about their relationship, telling CBS Sports that their on-screen relationship is “100 percent real.”
Most viewers won’t be shocked to see Jordan propose to JoJo on the Bachelorette season finale — the $80,000 Neil Lane diamond ring will be as impressive as his heartfelt proposal.
However, Bachelorette fans may be surprised to hear how committed he is to making their off-camera relationship work. Despite Reality Steve‘s prediction that their relationship won’t last long, Jordan revealed during the hometown dates that he is going to prove his love for JoJo and go the distance.
“I’m going to marry one person in my entire life, and I want that person to be JoJo,” Jordan revealed during the hometown dates.
Will he follow through with that promise and marry JoJo? The track record for marriage isn’t good for couples who meet on the Bachelor and Bachelorette, but perhaps JoJo and Jordan will prove the naysayers wrong.
Watch the three-hour Bachelorette season finale on August 2 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
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