JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers fell in love on "The Bachelorette" and it looks like they are still going strong. The couple hasn't tied the knot yet and fans are really wondering when they will get married or if they ever will. Now E! Online is sharing that JoJo is giving an update on how the wedding planning is going for the couple.

JoJo shares it is becoming a "conversation"

JoJo and Jordan have been engaged over a year and they haven't been rushing the wedding. Now she is speaking out and sharing that it has turned into a "conversation." It sounds like they are getting closer to having a wedding.

She explained that they haven't gotten married yet because "life happens." It sounds like these two have just been busy.

She shared that she remembers telling producers that they were going to plan a wedding if they wanted in on it, but they never got around to doing it. JoJo said that they wanted to take time to enjoy being together. She went on to explain saying, "Then just a month ago, we were driving in the car and I looked at him and I was like, 'What about if we started planning a wedding?' It just popped in my head. I feel like we're in good space and we've had a good year, and things are kind of settling."

What can fans expect from this wedding?

The fans would love to see JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers have a television wedding, but since it has been so long since they got engaged, it would be surprising if ABC decided that they wanted to give them a television wedding.

That isn't the kind of thing that they normally do after this long. You never know if they will be able to convince ABC to do it.

She shared that right now they are just having fun and seeing where it goes. It doesn't sound like JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers will be getting married right away, but instead will start planning finally.

She did share that they are both very career focused right now and there is no reason for them to worry about their relationship that is about to be long distance some of the time. In the fall, Jordan will be working for ESPN as a college football analyst on the SEC Network.

Are you surprised to hear that JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers aren't married yet?

Do you feel like this couple will end up tying the knot eventually? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts, and don't miss new episodes of "Bachelor in Paradise" on Monday nights on ABC. Tomorrow night the viewers do get to see a wedding between Carly Waddell and Evan Bass.