JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers are now an officially public Bachelorette couple, but they did have to endure a couple of months of sneaking around to get here.
“Endure” being the key word here.
Fletcher and Rodgers sat down on Live! Tuesday morning and chatting with Kelly Ripa about their time in hiding after Rodgers proposed but before the show’s finale aired.
“We’ve been in hiding,” Rodgers explained. “We bounce around every couple of weeks to these safe houses.”
“A lot of Netflix,” Fletcher chimed in.
Uh-huh, Netflix and chill.
Although, in the couple’s defense, it sounds like they actually watched some Netflix.
But let me get this straight. Rodgers and Fletcher had two and a half months during which they had to sneak around together and stay inside all the time in a house together, and you’re going to tell me they just watched Netflix the whole time? No way. We all know what they were doing in that safe house, and it definitely doesn’t sound like something to complain about.
“I really do think you’re really onto something, though, with filming what goes on inside the ABC safe houses,” Ripa suggested.
Except, my thinking is that show definitely wouldn’t be even a little bit PG.
Rodgers and Fletcher also played an adorable game of The Nearly-wed Game with Ripa and Anderson Cooper. Find out how they did in the video below.
Would you watch a show that documented the safe house life of The Bachelor and Bachelorette‘s newly engaged couples?
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