Is it finally time for JoJo Fletcher and longtime fiance Jordan Rodgers to tie the knot?!
Bachelor Nation is screaming "YES!"
I mean fans have only been waiting three years for these lovebirds to put a (wedding) ring on it.
And now The Bachelorette couple is finally opening up about their wedding planning nearly three years after getting engaged on the ABC dating show, according to Entertainment Tonight.
Jordan revealed that he and JoJo sat down for a "state of the union" around New Year's, where they decided it was almost time to share their wedding date with fans.
"We said that 2019 was going to be the year that we set our date, so now we're actively thinking about when the date is going to be," the former football star said.
He then shared that they were going to wait until after his brother Luke Rodger's wedding to announce their date, which took place this past Sunday, April 7.
The couple did, however, spill that they would like a spring wedding.
And hello! Just in case you're a hermit, look out your window because it is spring!
The wedding that so many fans have been anticipating for so long could, at last, be right around the corner!
Jordan and JoJo traveled to Nashville this past weekend to celebrate family member Luke's wedding.
The winner of the 12th season of The Bachelorette and Luke's best man posted an Instagram photo on Sunday that showed him smiling alongside his fiance, his brother, and his new wife Aimee Wathen. (Congrats!)
"Wedding day for these two! Couldn't be happier to add a sister to the family!" Jordan captioned the post.
Adding, "@joelle_fletcher we are up next!"
The 28-year-old brunette beauty replied to his post with two red heart emojis.
Over the weekend, Luke posted a photo with some of his friends from his "rehearsal for the best day of my life" which did not show third brother and the Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
It is unclear whether or not the NFL star, who had been estranged from his family, attended the wedding.
But the fact that he was left out of the pictures is not at all surprising considering the heated and ongoing tension in the Rodgers family.
According to Bleacher Report, Aaron has not spoken to his family since 2014, not long after he started dating Olivia Munn.
The two eventually split and now he is seeing Danica Patrick, who was a presenter at the ACM Awards on Sunday in Las Vegas, so it is obvious she was not a guest at the ceremony.
Aaron has always remained pretty silent when it comes to his divided family.
Back in 2016 when his brother Jordan was competing for JoJo's heart on her season of The Bachelorette, the 35-year-old told a local news station that he didn't watch the show and it hasn't affected him that much.
"As far as those kinds of things go, I've always found that it's a little inappropriate to talk publicly about some family matters, so I'm just -- I'm not going to speak on those things," he said.
"But I wish him well in the competition."
The family's problems were first exposed when Jordan appeared on the beloved dating show in 2016 before he went on to propose to Fletcher later on in the season finale.
The Shop Fletch founder told Us Weekly that even though the pair is engaged they "don't feel pressure" to walk down the aisle.
"People are waiting on it, but what I have learned in life is that you can't do anything for other people," she shared.
"We're very secure and happy in our situation... It's funny because we talk about life like we're already married."
"It's so weird," Fletcher added. "I forget that there's that major step that's there, something that, obviously, I can't wait for."
"I can't wait for my wedding day when it is that day."
And well folks, it looks like that day is finally in sight!
In addition to that OMG news, the fan-favorite couple has not ruled out having their nuptials televised so we may be seeing JoJo and Jordan on our TV screens once again.
And this time, they will finally be saying "I do."