Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher sat down this week to talk to Us Weekly about their relationship.
Yes, together. The couple sat down together.
This is notable because there seems to be a new rumor every other week about how Rodgers and Fletcher have broken up.
But the recent Bachelorette winner and her chosen suitor attended Mohegan Sun Casino’s 20th anniversary celebration in Connecticut last Friday and did their best to laugh off this chatter.
The reality stars say they don't really care what other people have to say.
“Anyone can look at our social media and see how happy we are,” Rodgers told the tabloid, while Fletcher added of tabloid reports an other innuendo across the Internet:
“We don’t let it bother us.”
But what about plans to get married?
One of the reasons why so many critics doubt the seriousness of this relationship is that no date has been announced for the pair's impending nuptials.
“Jordan’s mom is always sending me wedding books!” Fletcher told Us Weekly, saying she feels pressure to get every detail exactly right.
There was no update on whether or not Rodgers and Fletcher will get married on television.
“We still need to figure out a location,” Jordan said. “We can’t do much before that.”
During a Q&A session at Mohegan Sun Casino, the twosome said they’re torn because Jordan's family resides in California while Fletcher's family lives in Dallas.
(Editor's Note: Wait... what?!? There was an official Q&A event featuring Jordan and JoJo at the casino? Who attended that?!?)
Aside from a lack of firm wedding plans, Fletcher and Rodgers have dealt with the fallout of the latter ex-girlfriend calling Jordan out for cheating.
In a very public manner.
Back in August, Brittany Farrar posted the sort of Instagram rant that would make Kanye West proud, saying Rodgers met a girl with whom he cheated while filming a cameo for Pitch Perfect 2.
"After our breakup, I was surprised to find out what a prolific liar and cheater #JordanRodgers was during our entire 3 1/2 year-relationship."
She went on:
"With the power of a press tour, his lies reached our hometown and my family and friends are now constantly approached by mutual acquaintances..."
"After weeks of this, I started wondering why I feel like I'm the one who should be silent."
"He was the one who jumped on a reality show hoping to catch fame as a last ditch attempt to make something of himself."
Farr concluded her takedown of Rodgers by saying she isn't after "fame" or "money." It's just this:
"All I want is the same thing that anyone else who's been wronged would want: the chance to share the truth."
But Fletcher and Rodgers have apparently moved past this awkward bump in their romantic road.
Fletcher says they have their eyes set on their "very important" wedding day and might send out save-the-dates "next year sometime."
Sounds like some true commitment right there, huh?
You can just sense how badly JoJo wants to be Mrs. Jordan Rodgers.