JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers’ Relationship Timeline: From ‘The Bachelorette’ to Wedding Planning
Maybe the premise of The Bachelorette isn’t so crazy after all! JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers can count themselves among the success stories to come out of Bachelor Nation.
The couple met and fell in love during season 12 of The Bachelorette in 2016. The reality stars had a long engagement before finally setting a wedding date in June 2020. However, the coronavirus pandemic delayed their plans.
Amid the wait for their nuptials, Fletcher’s season re-aired as part of The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons — Ever! Turns out, Rodgers had never seen their televised love story, so the special event gave him an opportunity to walk down memory lane.
“When I first got the call from our producers, I think I got this pit in my stomach. I was like, ‘No! We have to rewatch this?’ I don’t know why I had initially felt that, but like there was like a sense of anxiety,” Fletcher exclusively told Us Weekly in June 2020. “I think I got really lucky the first time around because Jordan didn’t watch my season. He’s like, ‘I don’t need to see that!’ But now he’s like, ‘I’m super excited to watch!’ I’m like, ‘Oh, great. Four years later we’re gonna rehash all this?’”
However, the former Bachelorette was “looking forward” to the experience for a sweet reason. “It’ll be good to see our story play out again ‘cause we haven’t,” she noted. “It’s been forever so it’ll be nice to sort of relive those moments.”
There was one aspect of the process she did not want to relive. “I cried so much. I don’t know if people remember how just emotionally unstable I was during that whole thing so it’ll be funny to watch that back,” she said. “I probably won’t love to see it, but I’m excited just to see Jordan and I’s story and rewatch the proposal. So that’ll be really awesome!”
The duo have come a long way since their Bachelorette days. As Fletcher explained to Us in July 2019, “We normalized our life and that saved us.”
Scroll down to revisit the milestone moments from Fletcher and Rodgers’ relationship, from meeting on reality TV to preparing to tie the knot!
JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers Postpone Wedding Again: 'We're Rolling with the Punches'
JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers' dream wedding has been postponed once again.
The former Bachelorettestar, 30, revealed in an interview with Accesson Wednesday that the ceremony is "probably gonna be next year" due to a number of circumstances.
Fletcher and Rodgers, 32, initially planned on tying the knot in June 2020 but pushed their wedding back to May 2021 due to the pandemic.
However, according to Fletcher, their wedding venue currently has a 10-person guest limit and the capacity restriction has made them rethink their big day.
"We're rolling with the punches, you know, at this point, it is what it is," she said, explaining that they've "explored a million different options" but the couple are "so in love with our venue" that they'd rather reschedule the nuptials for another time instead of choosing a different location.
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"We know that when it does happen, it will be everything that we want it to be," Fletcher continued. "We'll get to have everyone there that we love, because I don't want to have a wedding with my closest family and my friends aren't able to be there."
Calling the wedding planning process "fluid" at the moment, Fletcher added that postponing the nuptials isn't a big deal for herself and Rodgers as "we are, obviously, totally committed to each other."
"We feel married already, so we want to have that day be what we dreamt it to be and we want the people that are there to also feel very comfortable," she said.
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As for a potential date, the couple are currently looking at 2022 given Rodgers' sporting schedule.
"The fall is not an option for us," Fletcher said of setting a wedding date. "It [will] probably gonna be next year, which is like a dagger for when I say that. But again, I know it's going to be everything I want it to be."
Fletcher got engaged to Rodgers during her season of The Bachelorette in 2016.
In February, the couple opened up to People (the TV Show!) about postponing the wedding amid the pandemic.
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"When we postponed the first time, we pushed it a year and we were certain that a year would be enough time to get things back to how we would want them for our wedding," Fletcher said, noting postponing again was definitely something they were considering.
At the time, Rodgers said restrictions made it "kind of hard to get married."
"We're trying, we're trying!" he quipped.
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JoJo Fletcher & Jordan Rodgers Have Officially Set a Wedding Date After Multiple Delays
We hear wedding bells, Bachelor Nation!
JoJo Fletcher revealed in a new interview with Us Weekly that she and fiancé Jordan Rodgers are exchanging their “I dos” in May 2022 after multiple delays due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
“Every time we postpone, it’s had to be one year out from the date because fall is not an option,” the beloved Bachelor Nation star told the outlet. “Jordan’s gone for football all fall and there’s only a couple months of the year where our venue is really thriving and beautiful because it is outdoors, so it is just May of next year.”
She added, “We couldn’t get our deposit back, [but] it’s totally fine. We really do love this venue so much and so we wouldn’t want it anywhere else.”
JoJo and Jordan fell in love and got engaged on “The Bachelorette” Season 12 in 2016. Three years later, Jordan re-proposed to JoJo and the pair made plans to tie the knot in May 2020 before the health crisis hit. They rescheduled their nuptials for May 2021 but canceled the ceremony because of their venue’s restrictions.
“We’re doing it no matter what at this point,” JoJo said, explaining that she and Jordan don’t regret waiting to get married. “I think it’s just a personal decision. Like [for] some people, it was more important to them to say, ‘Listen, I just want to get married. I don’t care about all this.’ And for Jordan and I, I feel like time has always been in our favor and we’ve always kind of just taken things at the pace that we were most comfortable and, like, we’ve waited so long.”
She elaborated, “I want it to be everything that we both dreamt up and we wanted all the people there. So it’s a personal decision, but I would say if anyone else is waiting, just know that it’s going to be worth it. That day is not any less special just because you’ve had to move it. If anything, it’s more special. When life happens, we just roll with the punches.”
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With all the splits happening in Bachelor Nation, it’s great to see JoJo Fletcherand her fiancé, Jordan Rodgers, are still going strong after meeting on The Bachelorette in 2016.
The former football player even re-proposed to the Texas native (with a glitzier ring) on August 25, 2019, and they were buckling down on wedding planning before the coronavirus pandemic threatened their summer 2020 plans.
The reality duo exclusively revealed to Life & Style that they were hoping to walk down the aisle in California during “spring or summer” of 2020. “I love the weather in California. So I know that we want an outdoor wedding. His brother just got married and it rained on their wedding day, so they had to move it inside. But a lot of our friends are in California. I actually have a lot of family also in California, so it just seemed like the perfect place,” JoJo explained at the time.
Unfortunately, they’ll have to wait a little longer than they originally planned after the virus sent most of the country into lockdown. In June 2020, JoJo posted a message on Instagram on what was supposed to be their big day.
“Happy ‘What would have been Wedding Day’ to us!” the reality star wrote on June 13. “As you guys know, we have spent the last 11 months planning the wedding of our dreams but given the circumstances of 2020, we had to make the difficult decision to postpone our special day.”
The Cash Pad host also hinted at a rescheduled wedding date next year. “Even though I don’t get to marry you [today] @jrodgers11, I know it will be all more worth the wait. 2021, we [really] can’t wait for you.”
That said, the couple would rather continue waiting than settle for anything less than their dream wedding. “We would never sacrifice that day to just rush and get it done. So, if it can’t happen the way we want it to happen, we’ll do it when we can. And I know like, with Jordan, we can’t push it to fall. So, that’s the struggle,” the former leading lady told Chris Harrison on an episode of his “Group Date” podcast.
It seems like these two have gotten used to waiting, anyway. They’ve taken heat from fans for not being in a rush to walk down the aisle, but their relationship seems to be better than ever these days — they’ve even talked about how they “cannot wait” to have a baby.
“An actual candid photo that makes my heart just want to explode,” JoJo gushed in an Instagram post in December 2019, which showed the pair smiling and hugging. “This was taken by one of our crew members while filming Cash Pad this past summer and it just gave me all the feels. With less than a month left in 2019, I can’t help but feel so happy and grateful for all the adventures this year brought us.”
Fans were concerned about their relationship status back in 2017 when the couple briefly unfollowed each other on social media. JoJo and Jordan quickly added each other again on Instagram and Twitter but not before an eagle-eyed Reddit user noticed the cryptic move. Since then, the former leading lady hasn’t been shy about their ups and downs through their time together.
“[Three] years ago we got engaged in a way that some, if not all, would say is crazy and totally unconventional. [And], they were right. It was,” the Bach babe captioned an adorable photo of the two cuddled up after he got down on one knee for the second time. “But it was also very real. We took a leap of faith that day and hoped/prayed things would work out how we wanted them to. Times were not always easy … they actually got very very hard early on, but we stuck by each other and worked every day towards our relationship.”
Like any relationship, JoJo and Jordan experienced a few lows, but they’ve also had quite a bit of highs. Scroll through the gallery below for their cutest moments!
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Bachelorette: JoJo & Jordan Announce May 2022 Wedding Date
The Bachelorette's JoJo Fletcher reveals her and Jordan Rodgers' wedding date is in May 2022. The couple postponed their date twice due to COVID-19.
The Bachelorette alums JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers are officially getting married in May 2022. JoJo first appeared on Ben Higgins' season of The Bachelor, but her journey ended in heartbreak when he chose Lauren Bushnell over her. However, this ended up working in her favor when she got a second chance at finding love as the season 12 Bachelorette. Her season featured Jordan and Robby Hayes as her final two, and she ultimately declared her love for Jordan in the finale. The couple has been engaged since 2016, and Jordan even re-proposed in 2019. "I always wanted to re-propose, with no cameras, no producers, no drama…just us," he wrote in an Instagram post.
The pair has managed to do a lot with their time, including hosting Cash Pad on CNBC and Battle of The Fittest Couple on The Paramount Network, but they still haven't been able to get married. In a June 2020 Instagram post, JoJo commemorated the day that would have been their wedding if the COVID-19 pandemic hadn't postponed it. "6.13.20 ... Happy ‘What would have been Wedding Day’ to us!" she wrote. She ended the post by saying, even though circumstances prevented them from getting married on that day, it will be worth the wait. JoJo and Jordan originally postponed their wedding until 2021, but had to push it back again.
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JoJo revealed that their new wedding date is now in May 2022. She spoke about how they've had to postpone their big day one year later every time so it doesn't conflict with Jordan's football schedule. "Every time we postpone, it’s had to be one year out from the date because fall is not an option. Jordan’s gone for football all fall and there’s only a couple months of the year where our venue is really thriving and beautiful because it is outdoors, so it is just May of next year," JoJo told Us Weekly. She also talked about how, even though they don't regret waiting, she and Jordan are definitely getting married that day no matter what. "I want it to be everything that we both dreamt up and we wanted all the people there. So it’s a personal decision, but I would say if anyone else is waiting, just know that it’s going to be worth it," she said.
JoJo also talked about trying on her wedding dress for the first time since 2019. She mentioned that she brought her friends, Bachelor alum Becca Tilley and Tanya Rad, along with her to pick up her dress. "They were there with me the first time I tried on the original dress," JoJo said. She also said she tried on a bunch of new dresses as well, but came back to the original. However, she is still looking for a fun dress to wear to her reception. "And I just feel like it’s two years of waiting. I deserve two dresses!"
Bachelor Nation hasn't had the best luck with long-lasting relationships, so it's nice to see that JoJo and Jordan are still together, even if their wedding had to be postponed. Soon they'll be joining the list of couples that actually tied the knot after meeting through the franchise. Other couples that Bachelorette fans will recognize as still going strong include, Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici, Trista Rehn and Ryan Sutter, and Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo.
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JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers Admit They Initially Stayed Together to Please Bachelor Nation
The power of the final rose. JoJo Fletcherand Jordan Rodgersgot real about the pressure Bachelor Nation couples face to stay together during an exclusive interview with Us Weekly.
“I think that was one of the reasons why we stayed together in the beginning. There were so many reasons why we thought we should not be together,” the season 12 Bachelorette, 30, told Us while promoting the couple’s partnership with Autotrader. “I think, subconsciously for me, and for him, there was this pressure, not only from people that watch the show but, like, our family and our friends.”
Rodgers, 32, agreed before Fletcher clarified that the twosome doesn’t feel the weight of those expectations “anymore.”
She noted, “Obviously, we’re far past that, but I think in the beginning, there is that sense of pressure.”
Fletcher and Rodgers got engaged during the August 2016 finale of The Bachelorette. While they were set to tie the knot during the summer of 2020, they were forced to postpone their nuptials due to the COVID-19 crisis. The pair subsequently rescheduled their wedding for May 2021 but fear their big day will be canceled again.
“We just got a call saying our venue is still at a 10-person capacity, including staff actually,” Fletcher, who said the duo still want their “dream wedding” with all of their friends and family there, told Us.
Rodgers added, “That cuts about the entire guest list!”
“We’re kind of in a weird situation,” Fletcher continued. “We could roll the dice and hope that by May things will open up. But I just don’t feel comfortable with that. I want everyone to feel safe and comfortable and excited to travel.”
While the pair have debated getting married privately and having a reception later, they decided against it.
“What’s a few more months?” Rodgers quipped. “We’re gonna set the record for the longest engagement in reality TV history. We’re gonna have the wedding that we originally wanted to have and safely and so everyone can be there.”
For now, the twosome are focused on helping fans find their perfect car match with Autotrader’s help.
“We’re in a time of love, right? Everyone’s trying to find The One or you found The One and Valentine’s Day is coming up. So Autotrader is doing something unique,” Rodgers told Us. “They put together a curated list of the 12 Best New Cars of 2021 and I think it’s very similar to the way we met, right? JoJo was the Bachelorette, they narrowed it down to 25 guys from all the millions across the country, and they were all from a little different backgrounds and lifestyles. And she found The One, just like Autotrader is making it a little easier to find the right car.”
To make finding your perfect vehicle even more accurate, Autotrader created a Zodiac quiz that pairs shoppers’ zodiac signs to a car from the Best New Cars for 2021 list — which Fletcher used.
“I’m a Scorpio and it turns out that I’m a Ford F-150 match, which, first off, I love that truck,” she said. “I’ve used it so many times in terms of moving and construction. It makes sense. So, it’s pretty accurate.”
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JoJo Fletcher & Jordan Rodgers Celebrate 5-Year Anniversary in Puerto Rico
Time flies when you’re in love! This week marks five years since Jordan Rodgers asked for JoJo Fletcher’s hand in marriage in Thailand during the Season 12 finale of “The Bachelorette.”
The beloved Bachelor Nation couple celebrated their relationship milestone during a family vacation to Puerto Rico, as seen in Instagram Stories posted on Tuesday.
“Happy five years!” JoJo exclaimed in a video clip on Jordan’s Story that showed the pair and their loved ones hanging out on a boat while preparing for a snorkeling adventure.
“Boat ride. Boat trip. Five-year anniversary. Got the whole gang,” Jordan said. “Yeah, it is five years today in Thailand.”
JoJo then admitted, “I thought it was six,” to which Jordan quipped, “She thought it was six. I’m not sure if that’s a good reflection of our relationship or…”
Added the former franchise lead, “I’m losing count of time at this point.”
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Later, on JoJo’s Story, she revealed that seasickness had negatively impacted her special day with Jordan.
“Today I learned something new about myself,” she said from the bow of the boat, where she was sunbathing. “Apparently I get really seasick, which is a new thing for me. I just threw up off the side of the boat. Super romantic, happy five-year anniversary!”
She continued, “But I’m feeling better. But I had some ginger ale. And now I’m just going to relax. They’re off snorkeling and I’m just hanging out here.”
Eventually, JoJo felt well enough to jump in the water with her fiancé. “I’m feeling better,” she said, wrapping herself around Jordan. “I need to just be on solid ground or in your arms.”
Not long after getting engaged on “The Bachelorette” in 2016, JoJo and Jordan moved to Dallas together. After Jordan re-proposed in August 2019, the duo had plans to tie the knot in June 2020. However, their nuptials were postponed due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
JoJo and Jordan set a new date for May 2021 but decided not to move forward with the ceremony due to COVID-19 restrictions.
“We’re kind of in a place now where we’re realizing that even when May rolls around, that it still might not be open enough to have a safe, normal-ish wedding where family and friends can travel in and we can have what we’ve been working on and planning for so long to have,” Jordan told People, noting that their chosen venue only allowed for 10 guests to be in attendance.
As JoJo explained during an Instagram Live earlier this year, she and Jordan will become husband and wife once the stars (finally!) align. “We would never sacrifice that day to just rush and get it done,” she said. “So if it can’t happen the way we want it to happen, we’ll do it when we can.”