By Sarah Carroll
Is JoJo falling for a fraud?
That’s what the tabloids are saying about our new villain, former football player Jordan. But is there any truth to that bold claim?
“We shall see. It’s getting down to that!” Booker teased.
“Everyone’s really hating Aaron Rodgers’ brother,” he continued. “He’s very smarmy. I don’t like him, but of course she still likes him…He definitely has a shot.”
Take a listen Booker’s entire recap below:
This week, the man-testants traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina and our dark horse, radio DJ Wells, was the first to snag a coveted one-on-one date.
Turns out Wells is the only man in the house who HASN’T kissed JoJo yet. He made it his mission to seal the deal during their alone time, but instead, JoJo decided to dump him right then and there! Awkward!
Wells may be out of luck, but Booker is placing his bets on war veteran Luke.
“Luke is my front runner on the show. David Beckham-looks, he’s a war hero. This guy’s kind of hard to make fun of.”
His one downfall? He’s a BIG fan of the word “like.” But it hasn’t seemed to hurt him so far. Even after bombarding JoJo with an avalanche of “likes”, he’s still in it to win it.
“I’m a little worried about my JoJo,” Booker shared. “She needs a guy who’s fun in her life. I mean, you don’t marry the dumb guy. You bang the dumb guy!”
There was another dreaded two-on-one date this week, starring “douchey Derek” and Chase, “who’s got the personality of sawdust.” JoJo eventually eliminated Derek and his reaction when the live orchestra began playing “Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina” was LEGENDARY.
“It was phenomenally awful!” Booker laughed.
Even though JoJo had already cut two men, ABC still forced a pointless rose ceremony on JoJo and the remaining men.
“[It] was just infuriating because nobody was sent home for the first time ever in Bachelorette history. She didn’t feel like she should send anyone home, so apparently there’s 50 more weeks of this stupid show!”
So, that leaves us with six contenders: Jordan, Luke, Chase, Alex, Robby, and James Taylor. But it’s clear that life will never be the same for Booker now that Mad Chad is long gone.
“I barely care…I do not care who wins this. I don’t know if anyone cares who wins this. Yeah, I mean the military guy, you’re kind of rooting for him, but…he’s just not that compelling.”