Friday, September 30, 2016

The Bachelorette 2016 JoJo Fletcher Jordan Rodgers Split? Struggles Revealed!

The Bachelorette 2016 JoJo Fletcher Jordan Rodgers Split? Struggles Revealed!

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The Bachelorette 2016 star JoJo Fletcher has finally admitted that she is struggling in her current relationship with winner Jordan Rodgers. It is not however the same struggle that many think of.

Obviously, both Fletcher and Rodgers are very happy that they are now free to tell the world about their love to each other. However, Fletcher admitted that life after the filming of the final rose ceremony has not been easy for them. She said there were times that she cried herself to sleep because her life right is far from what she imagined.

During The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose, Fletcher spoke about how her relationship with Rodgers has been criticized. She admitted that it hurts her that they can’t defend each during the months that they are hiding their relationship. The newly engaged beauty also denied reports that she and Rodgers broke up, saying it never happen and it will never be.

“I think the hardest part for me is just having people say, ‘Oh he doesn’t really love you, this is for the show.’ That hurts me. There have been many nights where I’ve cried myself to sleep, and he’s been the person on the phone with me just trying to keep me okay, and I feel like it’s been really hard for him.”

Fletcher has been slammed for choosing Jordan instead of Robby Hayes. On Monday’s The Bachelorette 2016 finale, Rodgers got down on one knee and asked her to marry him. Rodgers then put a gorgeous diamond ring on Fletcher’s finger and they seal the final rose ceremony with a kiss.

The Bachelorette 2016 host Chris Harrison also asked Rodgers about his rift with his brother, NFL superstar Aaron Rodgers. Instead of answering the question, Jordan mentioned that he is moving to Dallas to be with his fiancé. According to Entertainment Tonight,  Rodgers is also set to work with ESPN and SEC Network later this year.  He will seat down in the panel as college football analyst.

Meanwhile, the ABC hit reality TV franchise will return with the new season of The Bachelor.