It looks like Olivia Munn isn’t a huge fan of JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers, the brother of Munn’s boyfriend, NFL star Aaron Rodgers.
But not for the reason you might think.
The actress has been dating Aaron Rodgers since early 2014, and as documented on this season of The Bachelorette, doesn’t like Jordan.
The younger Rodgers’ relationship with Brittany Farrar – a friend of Munn and Aaron Rodgers – is believed to be responsible for the animosity.
Well, in addition to not liking Jordan because he’s a douche who screwed over her friend, now she’s reportedly upset for another reason:
Because she has no ring yet!
“Let’s be clear here, Olivia has been waiting for almost a full year and it Aaron hasn’t proposed,” a source close to Munn said this week.
“She’s privately quite bitter and is starting to think it will never happen,” adds the insider, and she blames The Bachelorette star as well as Aaron.
How does Jordan fit into all this?
Because, Munn’s theory goes, “Aaron’s so scarred by this rift with his brother and the last thing he’ll want to do is follow in his footsteps.”
Yes … according to this, Aaron Rodgers is so jaded by the feud with his younger sibling that he won’t propose to his girlfriend as a result.
Makes perfect, absolute sense.
On the season finale of the The Bachelorette, JoJo Fletcher got engaged to Aaron’s younger brother, and somewhat surprisingly, still is.
The Bachelorette spoilers predicted a prompt demise of the couple, which may still happen, but they sure are defying the odds thus far.
As for why the 36-year-old Munn cares whatsoever about what Jordan and JoJo do? The insider says it all goes back to her upbringing.
Olivia “surrounds herself with a gang of really successful girls who all got out of Oklahoma at the same time and made something of themselves.”
But she’s also “old-fashioned.”
Despite making a great career for herself in Hollywood, “a dream of hers to be proposed to,” and she’s waited long enough in her mind.
Moreover, she wants the Packers quarterback “to be mature and opt for a commitment … he’s not gonna do a lot better than her.”
“It isn’t fair to her to keep her waiting. But what Olivia will not do is force an ultimatum or, God forbid, propose herself.”