Roommates after road trip! Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher and her fiance, Jordan Rodgers, have officially moved in together. The couple completed the trek from Nashville, Tennessee to Dallas, Texas, on Wednesday, August 11, impressively without the help of movers.
Fletcher, 25, naturally documented the 10-hour journey back to her hometown as she helped her fiance pack his bags and move. “Alright, guys. We’re about to start this road trip to Dallas,” she told fans via Snapchat at 4:35 a.m. on Wednesday. “Say a prayer for me. Wish me luck. This might be brutal.”
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In another Snap, Rodgers — who’s at the wheel of their Budget moving truck — gets excited about the long journey ahead. “And we’re off!” he exclaims as his fiancee giggles. “This thing is kind of fun to drive!”
And it appeared that Fletcher and Rodgers had fun along the way. The two rocked out to 2003 hit, “Stacy’s Mom” and Smash Mouth’s 1999 single, “All Star.” While his fiancee got some rest, Rodgers kept himself awake at the wheel by singing along to Spice Girls and taking photos of his partner-in-crime sleeping. They also stopped for some Chipotle and Starbucks, and were incredibly relieved once they approached the border of Texas.
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On Thursday, August 12, TMZ posted photos of the two unloading their truck at their new home. It’s been quite the whirlwind for the pair after they were finally able to go public with their engagement following the Season 12 Bachelorette finale on August 1.
In a subsequent call with The Knot and other reporters, the reality personalities touched on what life would look like once they moved in together.
“We’re going to be moving to Dallas. My career doesn’t change,” former football player Rodgers said in the call last Tuesday. “I own a company that does nutrition coaching. And I’ll be doing that from Dallas as well. That company is building, growing — it’s something I’m passionate about. And then I’ve been doing broadcasting for the last year, doing radio for ESPN and doing some TV stuff here and there. And I’ll be working with ESPN SEC Network as a college football analyst. So it’s — it’s not getting back to normal because it’s a much more exciting chapter of our lives. But nothing really changes as far as what I’ll be doing. I’ll just be in Dallas doing that. That’s what I’m really excited about.”
Fletcher added from her end: “I think right now, we’re both just so excited about this immediate future of being together and getting to Dallas and moving in. I think the exciting part is that we have each other to kind of navigate through life with now. And so whatever comes our way is something that we’ll discuss. And we’ll just see well, where’s best for us and what’s best for our relationship.”