JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers' Wedding Is Still On Hold for This Reason

Here's why the Bachelorette lovebirds haven't tied the knot yet

By Jennifer Dill Oct 17, 2016 8:59 PMTags
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JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers may have been theoretically ready to walk down the aisle for months, but the lovebirds haven't set a date yet—and now we know why.

At the Mohegan Sun's 20th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, the Bachelorette-born couple revealed to E! News that they're still stuck on picking a location for their big day.

"We're trying to figure out where it's going to be first," Jordan explained. "We have family in California, family in Dallas..."

"We're just enjoying being together right now," JoJo chimed in, adding that living together in Texas is "so good."

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As for the nitty-gritty of planning, Jordan is all for sitting this one out.

"[Planning the wedding], that's like the women's job, the moms and her, I don't know where to start!" he joked.

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"His mom is always sending me wedding books, and we're like, 'We've gotta figure out where it's going to be first!'" his bride-to-be added.

The couple famously started dating during JoJo's run as star of The Bachelorette, during season 12 of the hit ABC show. In the season finale, which aired Aug. 1, Jordan beat out Robby Hayes for JoJo's hand in marriage.

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The pair have not escaped drama, as the usual post-show rumors have been flying that there may trouble in paradise.

But the adorable couple isn't sweating it.

"We just don't pay any attention to it," JoJo said. "There's always going to be something, so we just pay no attention to it and live our lives."

"Anyone who follows us on any social media can tell that that's absolutely not true," Jordan reassured their fans.

At least they're still technically ahead of schedule when it comes to deciding on a venue.

"Sometime in 2017, we're shooting for that," JoJo told E! News this summer, right after they were finally allowed to go public, about their marital plans so far. 

So far, so good.