'Bachelorette' Couple JoJo & Jordan Are "Definitely Open" To A TV Wedding, Which Is Great News For Fans
If you're still sad that The Bachelorette is over, fear not: You may be able to watch JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers get married on TV soon. On Friday, the couple did a Reality Check Q&A at the Mohegan Sun for its 20th anniversary celebration, and they filled reporters and fans in on what's next for them — including whether or not The Bachelorette pair wants a televised wedding. It's somewhat of a tradition for Bachelor-born couples to say "I do" onscreen, and Bachelor Nation will be glad to know that this happy pair is thinking about doing the same. "We're not closed off to the idea," JoJo told the crowd. "It's something to think about." Jordan agreed, adding that they are "definitely open to it."
While that's not total confirmation, it's good to know they're thinking about it. Over the years, fans have been able to see Bachelor Nation couples like Trista and Ryan Sutter, Sean and Catherine Lowe, and Jade and Tanner Tolbert tie the knot on TV. It's a really great conclusion after watching the couple fall in love on screen, but it doesn't always happen. Desiree and Chris Siegfried didn't have a televised wedding, which was kind of a bummer, because it would have been cool to see their story come full circle. Of course, they didn't owe fans anything, and neither do Jordan and JoJo. But, I'm sure that after watching their road to love, there are plenty of people who would tune back in to see the show's most recent couple begin a new chapter together as husband and wife.
First and foremost, fans need to remember that their wedding is the couple's day — not America's, which is something JoJo addressed. "I think it's such a special thing. It's a really important — probably the most important — day in both of our lives," she said. "We're going to have to think about [a TV wedding], and if it made sense, then we'd be open to it."
Here's hoping it does end up making sense for them, but, even if it doesn't, it will just be exciting for them to get married at all. The show doesn't always have the greatest couple track record, and I love seeing a pair make it work long term. And, even if they don't marry on TV, that doesn't mean we won't ever see them on our screens again. JoJo and Jordan said they'd be interested in doing a TV show like Ben Higgins and Lauren Bushnell's Freeform one, so long as it accurately reflects their everyday life. "It depends on what it would be about," JoJo said when asked about the possibility. "I would like to do a show that's very unscripted," she added. Jordan was in a similar mind, saying, "If it was like our Snapchats in real life, then yeah."
The two do have very hilarious social media accounts documenting their life together post-Bachelorette. I would definitely tune in to watch a version of that on TV. And, until then, I'll just follow along with their cute lives on Snapchat.