Why 'Bachelorette' Couple JoJo & Jordan Should Have A TV Wedding
There are plenty of reasons in the world why I believe that Bachelor and Bachelorette couples should be allowed have a private wedding if they want one — but, if a couple from the series does choose to televise their wedding on TV, I'm also not complaining at all. As a fan, I'm invested in each and every couple from the show, so it's great to see them make their love official along along with their friends, family, and the rest of their fans. And, when it comes to Bachelor nation couples who should totally have a TV wedding, no one compares to our most recent Bachelorette and her fiancé, JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers. There are so many reasons why JoJo and Jordan should have a TV wedding: Most importantly, to stick it to the haters and prove that reality television love really can be for real.
Because here’s the thing about JoJo and Jordan: More than any other couple in Bachelor history, they’ve been plagued by rumors about their authenticity since the day JoJo gave him her first impression rose. From the start, fans and even other contestants questioned Rodgers’ motives for being on The Bachelorette, and whether or not his feelings for JoJo were real. Even after he got down on one and knee proposed, the haters were still hating, spreading rumors that the two were destined for splitsville.
This is the main reason why I think they should make their vows public: To show all those people who said they’d never last that they're truly in it for the long haul.
Of course, there are other, more practical reasons, too: The couple is adorable together, and it would be so sweet to see them on TV together again, exchanging vows and promising each other forever. The wedding would likely be gorgeous as well — the couple has good taste — and I'm sure I'm not the only fan who wants to see it. I'm already imagining how beautiful JoJo's dress is going to be.
It’s a wedding meant for television, that’s for sure — which is why I really hope that JoJo and Jordan finally say “I do,” in front of the millions of us who want to watch it all go down.