Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher, Jordan Rodgers and Robby Hayes: How Everyone Is Doing After the Final Rose

THE BACHELORETTE - “Episode 1210” - Season Finale - JoJo survived being blindsided last season after Ben Higgins told her he loved her, but proposed to Lauren Bushnell instead. As heart-wrenching a rejection as that was, she decided to take a risk for a second chance at finding love with one of 26 intriguing bachelors. After surviving shocking twists and turns and a journey filled with laughter, tears, love and controversy, JoJo narrowed down the field to two men – Jordan and Robby. Now, she finds herself in love with both of these captivating men and terribly torn between them. She can envision a future with both bachelors, but time is running out, on the Season Finale of “The Bachelorette,” airing MONDAY, AUGUST 1 (8:00-10:00 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network. (ABC/Matt Klitscher) JOJO FLETCHER

Back to reality. Following the Monday, August 1, Bachelorette finale, beloved Bachelor Nation host Chris Harrison sat down with JoJo Fletcher, Jordan Rodgers, and Robby Hayes to find out how they’re doing since the show.


Robby joins Chris Harrison on-stage to discuss JoJo’s decisioin. He describes the Bachelorette experience as a “whirlwind” and reflects on the plans he had made with JoJo.

Robby admits to being confused, but he’s not frustrated with JoJo. He states he has “unconditional care” for her. He also shares that he had absolutely no doubt that JoJo would choose him, so he was floored when she chose Jordan.

JoJo explains that she did love Robby, but she knew she was madly in love with Jordan. Robby is grateful for the chance to ask questions “for closure purposes.” He asks JoJo if she ever envisions a future with them together. She shares that she’s happy and everything worked out “the way it was supposed to.” She tells Robby she hopes he finds true love.


JoJo shows off her engagement ring to Chris Harrison and Bachelor Nation. She tells him she did the “best that [she] could on her decision day. She shares that no one can understand what a difficult day it was for her.

Chris asks JoJo who she thinks the next Bachelor should be. She mentions Luke and Chase, but Mad Chad breaks in from the audience and makes a suggestion that he become the next Bachelor. Chris and JoJo are not convinced.

JoJo admits to Chris that her time being engaged to Jordan has been difficult. She doesn’t feel they have much support and the negative publicity has been hard on them. Their families, however, have been great throughout the process.

Jordan and JoJo

Jordan joins JoJo on-stage. The engaged duo cuddle up together as Chris continues to ask difficult questions. Jordan shares that they’ve learned to communicate better, but JoJo cuts in and says it’s been a difficult journey.

When Chris asks if they’ve ever considered breaking up, they denial the rumors fervently. Chris then unveils the new People magazine with Jordan and JoJo on the cover with the headline, “I Know I Can Trust Him.”

The couple reveals that they can’t wait to go grocery shopping and to Chipotle together. Jordan reveals that they have a new home in Dallas, Texas, and they plan to move in right away.

Jordan reveals that they are ready to get married. They’ve talked about wedding dates next year, but they want to wait until things settle down. Jordan’s mom has been scoping out venues for the couple. Chris suggests a Texas Stadium barbecue wedding. For now, the duo is just excited to Snapchat together and do “normal” things together.

Chris tells Jordan and JoJo that the Bachelorette crew would like to send them back to the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort in Pennsylvania to spend some time alone. They are looking forward to stepping out as a happily engaged couple.

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Kelly Spears
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