Are JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers Married Yet? Her Life After 'The Bachelorette'

A familiar face will appear on Tuesday night's episode of The Bachelorette to help guide Tayshia Adams through some of her season. JoJo Fletcher, who was the Bachelorette during the show's 12th season in 2016, will step in for host Chris Harrison while he ventures off-site to help his son move into his college dorm.

The host switch-up was planned and expected by some viewers who paid attention to spoilers from Reality Steve. Fletcher will enter during a somewhat tumultuous time for Adams, according to a press release from ABC that claims she has already developed feelings for a few of the men.

While the process may look somewhat painful for Adams, who will grapple with falling in love, drama and more, Fletcher made it to the other side of her season and has remained happily engaged to her final rose recipient Jordan Rodgers.

But, for those curious, Fletcher and Rodgers, despite getting engaged on the Season 12 Bachelorette finale, aren't married yet. In fact, they just got engaged for a second time.

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JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers visit "Extra" filmed live at the Levi's Store Times Square on October 30, 2019, in New York City. Steven Ferdman/Getty Images)/Getty

The former Bachelorette revealed Rodgers proposed to her, with a new ring and all, in August. It was Rodger's decision to propose again outside of the Bachelorette universe to prove his love for Fletcher was real, with or without the cameras around. Does it get any sweeter than that?

Rodgers explained via Instagram, alongside a photo of the loved up couple and Fletcher's new ring. "I always wanted to re-propose, with no cameras, no producers, no drama...just us," he wrote. "Our first engagement was so real, and meant so much to us both, but as we start to actually plan our wedding for next year I wanted to do it all over again, OUR WAY!"

So, it sounds like the couple is planning to tie the knot soon. Fletcher won't be wearing that Neil Lane diamond ring gifted to the couple by the Bachelor franchise. Instead, Rodgers replaced it with a new ring. That doesn't mean they gave the Neil Lane piece back, though.

"Maybe it's something we pass down to our kids one day or we turn it into a different type of jewelry," Fletcher told Insider. "We don't really know. But we just know it carries a lot of value to us so we definitely wanted to keep it."

As Fletcher steps onto the Bachelorette set to help Adams navigate, fans can rest assured just like Harrison, Fletcher has the necessary experience and success in love to help bring this Bachelorette into the right relationship.