The season finale of The Bachelorette is finally here and fans will get to watch as JoJo chooses her final suitor. So Ben Higgins told JoJo he loved her, but proposed to Lauren Bushnell instead and the world all cried a little. Over the last several weeks the world has watched as JoJo whittled down 26 bachelors in a season filled with tears, love and a lot of controversy.
The two men left standing are Jordan and Robby, and JoJo has said that she’s in love with both of these captivating men and terribly torn between them. She can envision a future with both bachelors, but time is running out, the season finale will air tonight (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC, with a few teasers running ahead of time.
Afterwards JoJo will sit down with Chris Harrison, live, to talk about her two final bachelors from this season – Jordan and Robby. She will take viewers back to those final days in exotic Phuket, Thailand, when she needed to make her life-changing decision.
Both men will return to sit with JoJo and discuss the shocking outcome of the show and their relationships. It’s the unpredictable ending to JoJo’s adventure to find true love. A sneak peek of the highly anticipated hot summer series “Bachelor in Paradise” also will be featured on “The Bachelorette: After the FinalRose,” MONDAY, AUGUST 1 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT).
With a possible proposal just days away, JoJo introduces both men to her family in Phuket, Thailand, looking for any guidance they can offer her on which would be the best fit for her and the family. When Jordan arrives, JoJo’s mom has some reservations. She feels they might be too similar and fears that could spell trouble down the line.
The Fletchers, however, immediately connect with Robby. His poise, passion and adoration of JoJo leaves a lasting impression on them. His conversation with her parents seals the deal with them.
But where does that leave JoJo? She is stunned by their opinions of the two men. Still struggling over her choice, JoJo hopes that her final dates with Jordan and Robby bring clarity to what seems like an impossible decision. Now, she finally understands what Ben was facing in the days before his engagement.
The final days of JoJo’s journey are filled with questions. Then, in a surprising, explosive ending, she must do the hardest thing she has ever done. Will her trip of self-discovery end with her accepting a proposal? Or will she simply walk away?
Hosted by Chris Harrison, “The Bachelorette” and “The Bachelorette: After the Final Rose,” is a production of Next Entertainment in association with Warner Horizon Television. Mike Fleiss, Elan Gale, Bennett Graebner, Peter J. Scalettar and Nicole Woods are executive producers.