‘The Bachelorette’: JoJo Fletcher’s Advice For Hannah Brown (If She Ends Up With Someone)
Bachelorette Hannah Brown has had an eventful season. As of last week’s episode, controversial contestant Luke Parker finally got the boot, and now she’s down to three remaining contestants: Peter Weber, Tyler Cameron, and Jed Wyatt. Fans are worried she’s going to end up with Wyatt, a clear front-runner, amid all of his ex-girlfriend drama.
Host Chris Harrison has gone on record before saying he’s not sure if Brown will end up with a husband at the end of her journey.
“I wish I could guarantee [a proposal], but I cannot deliver… I don’t know, I would love to be able to do my job and deliver this, but I don’t know if we’re going to,” Harrison told Entertainment Tonight prior to filming the finale. “It might be a bumpy finish.”
And Brown’s given interviews that seem to hint at the fact that she doesn’t end her Bachelorette journey with a future husband.
“Was this journey what I expected it to be? Absolutely not. But sitting here now I can say that I’m so happy for everything that’s happened and came out the other side alive and stronger,” she told Extra TV when asked if she is happy and in love.
There’s no confirming whether Brown actually does end her season with a successful proposal until the “After The Final Rose” episode.
JoJo Fletcher has some advice for Hannah Brown
If Brown does find herself with a fiance, former Bachelorette JoJo Fletcher has some advice for her: get out of Los Angeles.
“One of the biggest things that saved us and saved our relationship just amongst all the things that’ll happen post-show–there’s going to be so much attention on Hannah, there’s going to be people talking and writing and posting all sorts of things about her guy, her, their relationship–a big thing for Jordan and I was really just as soon as we finished the show, time to go back to our normal life. Don’t hang around LA. Don’t be in the scene–I’m sure you want to enjoy that for a little bit, do whatever–but really try to get back to building a foundation outside of the show and outside of that bubble,” she told Showbiz Cheat Sheet.
Fletcher also says that it’s completely normal for the Bachelorette to question the choice she’s made as the couple adjusts to normal life.
“There’s going to be so many highs and so many lows and you’re gonna hit a point where you don’t know if you made the right decision. Maybe you guys are butting heads, maybe it wasn’t as easy as it was when you were on the show–that’s normal. It’s normal to feel friction when you come back from such a fantasy romance. But I think the important part is to be patient with one another, to learn how to communicate, and respect each other through those conversations, and to really work at it because that’s what it takes,” she said.
What’s on the horizon for JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers
Fletcher is getting serious with her season winner, Jordan Rodgers. The two are in the process of planning out the rest of their lives. The couple plans on getting married sooner rather than later and having kids after that. Bur first, they’re getting their finances in order with their Northwestern Mutual financial planner.
In the meantime, Fletcher and Rodgers are keeping busy with their new renovation show, Cash Pad.
Viewers can watch Cash Pad on CNBC Tuesday evenings.