JoJo Fletcher, Jordan Rodgers Discuss Split Rumors, Reason They Aren't Married Yet

"We're trying to figure out where it's going to be first", Rodgers, 28, said.

"Jordan's mom is always sending me wedding books!"

Reports have circulated for months that Fletcher and her fiance are broken up and faking their relationship in the public eye to make money off the fame they've acquired since falling in love and getting engaged on The Bachelorette's twelfth season, which aired its finale in August.

Still, JoJo and Jordan can't escape rumors that they are having relationship problems. "Anyone can look at our social media and see how happy we are", Jordan said at the Mohegan Sun event.

OK, that's fair. We'll all be anxiously waiting to watch Aaron Rodgers in the same room as JoJo's brothers. Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss The Bachelor 2017 with Nick Viall when it starts airing on ABC in January. Us Magazine revealed that they are actually talking about the rumors and how they are not letting these bother them. Like, where are we going to do it?...

JoJo Fletcher is a real estate developer, so she knows the importance of location, location, location, more than anyone.

JoJo and Jordan reiterated that they have a big conflict because his family lives in California while her family lives in Dallas. Still, it's definitely clear that the couple is dragging feet when it comes to committing to anything regarding their wedding. The excuse is beginning to wear thin for rabid Bachelorette fans who are ready to see another franchise couple to tie the knot. News (@enews) October 17, 2016 When asked about letting the cameras be there, JoJo shared her thoughts saying, "Maybe". News that the biggest reason for the delay has been related to the location for their big wedding. It's really important, probably the most important day in both of our lives.

JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers don't have a wedding date yet, but plans may not be far behind.

But while JoJo and Jordan aren't planning their wedding yet, they have taken a major step in their relationship.

There are plenty of reasons in the world why I believe that Bachelor and Bachelorette couples should be allowed have a private wedding if they want one - but, if a couple from the series does choose to televise their wedding on TV, I'm also not complaining at all. We're going to have to think about [a TV wedding], and if it made sense then we'd be open to it.

"We just don't pay any attention to it".

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