Obviously Bachelorette contestant Jordan Rodgers does not need any help with the ladies. So why in the world would such a handsome eligible young Bachelor be a contestant on a show where he has to compete with 24 other guys for the affection of one woman?
In fact, lately Jordan’s motives for being on the show have been called in to question….especially after his ex girlfriend Nashville-based personal trainer Brittany Farrar made cheating allegations on Instagram right after the May 23rd premiere saying,
“Riding the bench doesn’t get in the way of a relationship, but cheating does.”
On the premiere Jordan told cameras,
“I had a serious girlfriend a few years ago, so I think I made a lot of mistakes as far as putting things ahead of that relationship, and insecurities, and who I was, and where my career was at, and where I thought I should be, and the person I thought I should be.”
Perhaps Brittany was not buying his “act” of contrition.
Since then Jojo has conceded that she received “multiple warnings” from friends about Jordan’s intentions for being on the show.
In fact a source at UsWeekly claims,
“He only went on the show to land sports commentator gigs.”
Other sources claim that Jordan is on the show to become The Bachelor and does not intend to win.
This coupled with the fact that the 27-year-old NFL quarterback was in bed with another girl the night before leaving for The Bachelorette and that he is not speaking to his famous brother Aaron Rodgers or his girlfriend Olivia Munn.
At any rate Jordan will definitely be a situation this season.