JoJo Fletcher made her choose for the ultimate two males on “The Bachelorette” Monday night time however the roses did not come with out some thorns and many tears.
The episode kicked off with Fletcher in Thailand for her fantasy suite dates with Jordan Rodgers, Robby Hayes and Chase McNary. However earlier than McNary may spend the night time, Fletcher blindsided him with the information that she’s simply not in love with him.
McNary misplaced his cool and angrily stormed off, leaving Fletcher along with her last two suitors: Rodgers and Hayes.
It would not be an episode of “The Bachelorette” and not using a curve ball, although. McNary confirmed up through the rose ceremony — to not beg for one more probability, however to say he was sorry for getting so upset. Maybe a bid to avoid wasting face with viewers in hopes of touchdown the starring position on the following season of “The Bachelor?”
So who’re these guys competing for Fletcher’s last rose? Let’s break it down.
The brother of NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers, Jordan has been very vocal on the present about their estrangement.
Rodgers, a 27-year-old California native, has expertise within the professionals like his brother, having completed stints with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Miami Dolphins. He stop the NFL in 2015 and went on to make a cameo in “Pitch Excellent 2” earlier than signing on to compete for JoJo’s coronary heart.
His motives for becoming a member of the present have been questioned by followers on social media with a lot of them tweeting he is solely in it for the celebrity.
Hayes, additionally 27, hails from Jacksonville, Florida. He is presently getting his Masters in finance from the College of Miami and he is a former aggressive swimmer.
He desires an enormous household. On his ABC profile he is quoted as saying, “three … four … 5 [kids]… no matter my future spouse and I are snug with. However coming from a big household, there is no probability we cease at two!”
The finale of “The Bachelorette” airs subsequent Monday on ABC.