Did JoJo & Ben Have Sex In The Fantasy Suite? 'The Bachelor' Couple Finally Got Their Private Time

There's a lot of chit chat about sex on The Bachelor, and Monday night might be the peak of that chatter. On The Bachelor, JoJo and Ben stayed in the Fantasy Suite, a romantic room in which cameras are not allowed. Behind closed doors, the two are allowed to do whatever they want to do. Often times, that means taking their relationship to the next level. So, it's natural for fans to be curious if JoJo and Ben had sex in the Fantasy Suite. The two have had a natural chemistry throughout the season, so what went down on Monday night?

Well, let's start with the fact that Ben told JoJo that he was in love with her. Yeah, after saying "I love you" to Lauren, Ben also said "I love you" to JoJo and she was in an utter stage of shock. But, those words were so important to her because they gave her the affirmation that she needed to feel comfortable in her relationship with Ben. He was also able to have a conversation about that awkward hometown date where JoJo's brothers were a little hard on him. Although Ben was unhappy with how it went then, JoJo was able to explain that they were really just being protective of her, which hopefully eased Ben's mind.

The two did spend the night in the Fantasy Suite, after a quick dip in the hot tub. Unsurprisingly, the two didn't go into details about what happened behind closed doors. In the grand scheme of things, though, it's really none of our business if Ben and JoJo had sex in the Suite. They are both adults, and if they were into sharing with viewers of the show, then great. If they are choosing to keep their private time private, then that's great, too. We have to respect their decision of not wanting to share every itty-bitty detail with fans, and move on our merry way, as frustrating as it can be.

Whether they just talked, had sex, both, or neither and just played Scrabble silently, hopefully their private time will help Ben towards his final decision. Judging by the trailers, he needs as much help as he can get making the final decision, and one-on-one time is certainly a huge factor in that.

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