“The Bachelorette” 2016 has to premiere but spoilers indicated that lead star JoJo Fletcher has chosen the wrong man.

Series creator Mike Fleiss has teased that another heartache may be coming for Flecther. Fleiss took to Twitter to reveal that the men competing for Fletcher’s heart may not all have the best intentions.

Fleiss has not released any specific details on the said “heartache.” But blogger Reality Steve wrote JoJo Fletcher appeared to be getting closer to Jordan Rodgers, the 27-year-old brother of NFL star Aaron Rodgers. But according to the blogger, this might not be a good thing.

“Doesn’t mean she’ll end up with him in the end because there’s still plenty of time left and anything can happen. But let’s just hope she doesn’t end up with Jordan. This will not end well for her,” Reality Steve wrote.

Jordan Rodgers is one of the early frontrunners in the show. A source told Us Weekly that Rodgers and Fletcher are really hitting it off. “He’s a front-runner already,” the insider said.

The 25-year-old real estate developer finished as runner-up in the recently concluded “The Bachelor.” JoJo Fletcher was left heartbroken after Ben Higgins chose Laura Bushnell over her.

However, it has been rumoured that Higgins and Bushnell split and the reason for the falling apart is the new “The Bachelorette” star.

Life & Style magazine wrote Bushnell is still not over the fact that Higgins said, “I love you,” to both her and Fletcher.  Bushnell allegedly cannot help but have doubts about Higgins’ true feelings for her.

A source said, “Their relationship is extremely tense right now.” The insider added that seeing Fletcher travel all around the world, with guys fighting for her affection, makes Bushnell even more jealous. “The Bachelor” 2016 winner allegedly also lost interest in planning her wedding with Higgins.

Meanwhile, “The Bachelorette” Season 12 is currently filming in Buenos Aires, the International Business Times reported. ABC previously announced that the upcoming season of the reality show will premiere on May 23.