After yet another season filled with heightened emotion, drama and, of course, Chad, "The Bachelorette" came to a close Monday night.
Joelle Fletcher, a 25-year-old Texas real-estate developer with a sweet girl-next-door spunk, had to choose between accepting a proposal from 27-year-old former pro quarterback Jordan Rodgers or 27-year-old former competitive swimmer Robby Hayes.
During the final episode, Robby got out of the limo first … and Bachelor nation knew exactly what that meant.
"I am crazy about you," Robby confessed. "It's a love that's so deep, it makes me weak in the knees. It's a love that you only hear about in fairytales and stories. I want to be with you forever, I will love you forever, I will protect and care for you forever, and you know I'll keep you safe. You're not just my partner in crime, you're my best friend, and I promise I'll love you till the day I die."
JoJo then had to let him down easy, telling Hayes she wanted it to be him ... but "my heart is somewhere else." Robby then hopped in a car and got outta there, both of them tearing up as they said their goodbyes.
With that out of the way, Jordan then showed up, got down on one knee and popped the question!
"I fell in love at first with just us," he told her, "just the person I could be right away with you, how comfortable and confident, and how you challenged me and continue to challenge me to be the best version of myself. And I love that."
"You're my best friend, you're my soul mate," he continued. "I'm going to keep you safe, I'm going to protect you. I'm going to wake up every morning and choose you over and over and over again until you tell me I can't."
During "After the Final Rose," it was revealed that the two are still together and plan to move in together in Dallas.
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