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The Bachelorette’s JoJo Fletcher Stuns Chase, Jordan Gets Sketchy: Best Twitter Reactions

Not such a fantasy! The Bachelorette‘s JoJo Fletcher brought three guys into the fantasy suite in the Monday, July 25, episode, but one of them didn’t get to wake up there — and, of course, Twitter weighed in on every sexy moment!

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The Bachelorette, 25, grilled season-long front-runner Jordan Rodgers yet again, as Fletcher wanted to know if he saw a future for the pair. Unfortunately, when she asked him where he’ll be in a year, he said he didn’t know, which is clearly not the answer she was gunning for. 

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Fletcher fired back that Rodgers’ uncertainty caused her concern, and Twitter users weren’t impressed by his noncommittal response, either.

JoJo Fletcher Jordan
JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers

Ultimately, Rodgers and Robby Hayes’ fantasy suite dates were both successes — although the same could not quite be said for poor Chase McNary. After Hayes dropped by during the middle of McNary’s date to say hi to Fletcher, she ultimately decided that she wasn’t excited to hear McNary tell her he loved her. She gave him the boot from their shared room, and the medical sales rep was not pleased by the apparent about-face.

But McNary wasn’t the only man dealing with misery, as Luke Pell got dumped during the rose ceremony, right after pulling the real estate developer aside to profess his love. Apparently, flattery will not necessarily get you everywhere with Fletcher.

Among those reacting to the episode on Twitter were Bachelor Nation mainstays Ali Fedotowsky, Sean Lowe, Catherine Giudici and more. Season 12 villain Chad Johnson also weighed in, as he tweeted insults about both Hayes and McNary.

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Check out the 10 funniest posts below.

The Bachelorette “Men Tell All” special airs on ABC Tuesday, July 26, at 8 p.m. ET. 











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