"The Bachelorette" is quickly coming to an end, and soon the whole world will know if JoJo Fletcher chose Jordan Rodgers or Robby Hayes. However, there may be so much more to the story. According to Jordan Rodgers' brother, Luke, it seems that JoJo may have chosen the former NFL star as her man. Luke recently hinted during an interview that JoJo is going to be apart of his family. However, if Fletcher did chose Rodgers, that doesn't mean that wedding bells are ringing in the couple's future.

'Bachelorette' drama looming behind the scenes?

Reports suggest that "The Bachelorette" drama may be at an all-time high after the finale airs on Monday night.

JoJo Fletcher is said to be regretting the choice she made, allegedly Jordan Rodgers, and may have already split with her fiancé. Jordan has been accused by his ex-girlfriend of cheating, and is said to have appeared on "The Bachelorette" just to get famous. Rodgers' feud with his brother, NFL quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, has also raised questions, as well as his alleged profile on a dating site, which is still reportedly active.

Meanwhile, Fletcher's other choice, Robby Hayes, allegedly dumped his girlfriend to come on the show, and is said to only care about becoming the next star of "The Bachelor," and not actually finding love with JoJo.

More big news to come

Known "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" spoiler, Reality Steve, has been saying all along that JoJo and Jordan would end up together, and is now claiming that the two are on the rocks.

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In fact, it seems that the newly engaged couple may even announce their break up on television during the "After The Final Rose" show, which airs directly after the finale.

However, even if JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers appear to be happy and in love on Monday night during the after show, fans may still hear of their break up in the weeks or months to come. Meanwhile, the announcement of the new "Bachelor" star is sure to have fans talking as well as if any of the stars will appear on other shows such as "Bachelor In Paradise" or "Dancing With The Stars."

Don't miss "The Bachelorette" finale on Monday night to find out who the 2016 winner is.