JoJo Fletcher, Jordan Rodgers


JoJo Fletcher officially picked her man and now she's picking a house. 

On the heels of The Bachelorette's finale episode Monday night, the 25-year-old Dallas native took her seat on Jimmy Kimmel Live armed with her husband-to-be—Jordan Rodgers. After breaking contestant Robby Hayes' heart, she sat by Rodgers as they gave their first official interview as an engaged pair to the late-night talk show host.

While the two looked like they were still fresh in love, there was one item of business they weren't so ready to agree on—their new home. 

"I decided we were starting this new life together, we would get a new house, so I've been looking for a house for both of us," the brunette beauty explained. However, the search process has been mostly digital, which has made Rodgers a bit anxious. 

"You're trying to make a big decision here and I'm getting these little photos and I'm on my phone," he said. "I can't tell if I like it, so that's been hard."

However, JoJo did ultimately find a house for them and she and her California man are moving "straight to Dallas"—but will Rodgers be able to bring one very important item? 

"We're going to snag the big ticket items like my bed," he said. "I like my bed," JoJo countered. 

"I love her, but I love my bed, too," he told Jimmy Kimmel. Remember, Jordan: Happy wife, happy wife—right JoJo?

All in all, their first televised interview together was going rather smoothly until the host broke out the "Fiancé My Name" game, similar to the Newlywed game where each partner has to answer questions about the other.

While they could both name each other's childhood friends and favorite sports teams, they still need to work on each other's favorite songs and what their grandparents' names are. 

However, with a lifetime together, we're sure there's plenty of time to work out all of the personal details. 

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