Jordan Rodgers won JoJo Fletcher's heart on The Bachelorette, but are they really as loved up as they would like us to believe?
Most couples from The Bachelor franchise struggle to stay together after the cameras disappear, so it wouldn't be all that shocking.
If they called it quits pretty soon, would anyone truly be shocked?
There's been numerous reports about the state of their romance.
They started surfacing before JoJo chose Jordan as her final man on The Bachelorette, but what's really going on with the two of them?
Are they in it for love, or are they in it to make a tidy sum of money through every single revenue stream for a Bachelor couple?
It appears that things just aren't working for them...
... at least in the relationship department.
They did have a lot of chemistry on the show, so what appears to be the big issue for them?
It's not like there were any telling signs they were done on The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose.
"JoJo realized Jordan was not in the relationship for the right reasons, and recently decided to finally confront him about his feelings,” says an insider.
“It did not end well.”
There's a good chance they're better actors than viewers give them credit for because there's word that their relationship is over.
Yes, you read that correctly. JoJo and Jordan are not romantically linked anymore.
This all comes from an alleged source who spilled the goodies to Life & Style magazine.
So, what was the reason behind their big bust up?
JoJo apparently slept with Jordan's best friend after realizing Jordan wasn't in the relationship for the right reasons. Maybe she thinks that makes it okay, but it doesn't.
If viewers are really being fooled and they're not romantically linked, they should at least be ensuring that neither of them are stepping out on the other.
It just makes PR disasters like this throw the integrity of the reality show they came from much worse.
Both Fletcher and Rodgers are allegedly in it for the money at this stage. That is unless Aaron Rodgers is somehow the source for Life & Style magazine.
"They’ve agreed to stay together for at least a year and transform their relationship into a business deal,” adds the source.
"Endorsement deals are already coming their way, and JoJo and Jordan are going to milk them while they can."
What do you think about all of this?
Are the two of them lying about being in a relationship?
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